Double Crossers, 2


title: Double Crossers, 2
year: 1998
body of work: ”Routine and Missing”
series: n/a
medium: Light Jet print face mounted with matte lamination, on Cintra, framed.
size: 48 1/4″ h x 48 1/4″ w
edition size: 1 and 2 AP
collections: Christophe Van de Weghe
availability:  2 AP

artist brief:

The prints in this series are 35 mm photos which are digitized (scanned), and then have a detail of their color duplicated and spilled outside of the pictures edges to create a surrounding color field. They are then reprinted with Light jet technology, mounted full frame on Cintra, face mounted with matte lamination, and framed with thin matte white frames.  Later manifestations are face mounted to matte Plexiglas, mounted on Cintra and framed with thin matte white frames.  This picture was taken from a view at my place of work at the time.  This light intense situation offered up a mix of saturated colors.  Double crossers refers to the two pedestrians crossing my line of site.

”Routine and Missing” 1998
“Routine” refers to repetition and regularity and “Missing” refers to being off, both in terms of time and space. The subject of the pictures taken in “Routine and Missing” are focused on and around my own and other people’s “job routines”.

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