Unedition: hello blackbird

Watt Space Galleries
April 2009

Exploring the monoprint and monotype as unique print states using the blackbird as a visual motif. The blackbird is that of Wallace Stevens’ poem and the prints are physical manifestations of inexact repetition – the unedition of the exhibition title.

…A long series of monoprints splits the careful atoms and organisms of the past in wild black-and-white spontaneity. Forms take wing. Brush marks accelerate. But the artist’s professionalism governs the immaculate artist books. It is a great mix. Jill Stowell (Newcastle Herald, 2009)

Hello Blackbird 2009 (installation detail)
39 print installation of monotypes, monoprints and carborundum collagraph prints on paper
(unique states/test prints/artist’s proofs)
Unedition 2009 (detail)
monotype artist’s book

Hello Blackbird 2009 (installation detail)
39 print installation of monotypes, monoprints and carborundum collagraph prints on paper
(unique states/test prints/artist’s proofs)

Hello Blackbird 2009 (installation detail)
39 print installation of monotypes, monoprints and carborundum collagraph prints on paper
(unique states/test prints/artist’s proofs)

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