There’s a new series up on Archivist’s Circle
In honor of closing “Swoon: The Canyon 1999-2017”, and of the ephemeral nature of site specific installations, we have decided to release a limited edition installation shot of Medea, one of the show’s key sculptural environments. Photographed by Tod Seelie, signed and editioned by Swoon. Inkjet print on Hahnemuhle Paper
Size: 19″ x 13″ | Signed edition of 65 | $75 link in bio under 2017
This cut paper portrait created during the time I spent building rafts with 30 of my closest friends, along with a spectrum of work created from 1999-2017 will be available for just a few more days on Archivist’s Circle through the link in my bio. It comes down when the show comes down Feb 25th.
Last week to see The Canyon at @cincycac! Last week for Archivist’s Circle too! Link in my bio.
Does anyone have any questions for me about The Canyon retrospective at the @cincycac? Post them in the comments and I’ll try to answer a couple of them in my posts over the next few days, which are also the final days of the show! Thanks so much to everyone who has been so supportive of this endeavor at every step of the way!
Here’s the second of our installation photograph releases, it will be up on Archivist Circle under 2014 for a couple more days until the site comes down on Feb 25th, with the closing of the @cincycac retrospective. This is another shot by @todseelie - the photographer without whom I wouldn’t have anything to show for myself, because no one alive captures my installations and projects like Tod does. Find it through the link in my bio.
One of the hidden corners at the @cincycac that’s almost gone. Just a few more days to see it! Pic by @jdirtfoot
Aaaand it’s also the last 5 days for Archivist’s Circle and all the treasures we dug up to make the retrospective. Link’s in my bio.
Last week for Archivist’s Circle! This past year I created my first retrospective exhibition. In the process of unearthing all of the work I’ve made over the last 20 years we found so many buried treasures that we decided to make an online component to accompany the show. Archivist’s Circle hosts artworks of all shapes and sizes, from stickers and paper cut outs all the way up to sculptures and major works, each representative of a specific time period. Amanda, a single color silk screen was just released to celebrate the show’s last week. Details: “Amanda, Silkscreen print on Hahnemuhle Copperplate Paper. Paper Size: 26″ x 28″ | Image Size: 21.5” x 23” | Signed edition of 100 | $275
Please allow 1-2 weeks for shipping.” Link in bio.
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