Edition of 200
Digital print on rag paper with glaze
380 x 300 mm
Signed and numbered
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In this print, Morris has referenced an archetypal symbol of London — Big Ben — to explore ideas of surface seduction. This print, like her paintings, seems purely abstract but actually references elements of the city — its signs, colours, maps and systems — to make a complex two dimensional image. The print is based on an artwork that Morris produced for a poster for the 2012 Paralympic Games, and on a larger installation which can be seen at Gloucester Road Tube Station from June 2012.
Since the mid-1990s, Sarah Morris has been making conceptual paintings and films. These works, based on different cities, are derived from close inspection of architectural details combined with a critical sensitivity to the psychology of a city and its key protagonists. Sarah Morris was born in 1967 and lives and works in New York and London.
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