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Goldsmiths
CCA

Editions

Kris Lemsalu

Artist Statement (2018)

£425.00


Silk screen print on linen sheet, plastic cockroach, vacuum packed.
Approx. 59 x 79.5cm
Limited edition of 14 + 1

“We write to taste life twice, in the moment, and in retrospection”. Produced especially for her exhibition at Goldsmiths CCA, Kris Lemsalu’s limited edition comprises of an artist statement originally penned by Anais Nin, and co-signed by Lemsalu. Printed onto old bed linen recovered from the dormitory of the Estonian Academy of Arts, the odd cockroach roams playfully across the cotton. The statement is a powerful manifesto for artistic endeavour and expression; “the artist is the only one who knows the world is a subjective construction”. Vacuum packed for display, each can be opened to use as a sheet, or hung as a textile.

All proceeds of print sales go to support Goldsmiths CCA’s programme.

 

Ivor Cutler

This Book Belongs To… (2018)

£80.00

Limited edition print
Somerset photosatin 300gsm
36cm x 29cm
Edition of 100

Printed on the occasion of Ivor Cutler’s exhibition Good Morning! How Are You? Shut-Up! at Goldsmiths CCA. The image is take from the front page of one of Cutler’s notebooks. The exhibition is the first time that Ivor Cutler’s archive has been made public, and includes drawings, paintings, lyric sheets, drafts of poems, stickers and ephemera related to his decades long career.

All proceeds of print sales go to support Goldsmiths CCA’s programme.
Courtesy of the Ivor Cutler Estate.

 

Mika Rottenberg

Glass (2018)

£500.00


Limited edition print
Digital pigment print on Somerset photosatin 300gsm
65 x 40.5cm
Edition of 30 + 3APs
(Postage and packing £14)

About the edition
This new limited edition print by Mika Rottenberg draws from her video installation  Glass (2018), commissioned by Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art.

The work inverts a scene from another film; Cosmic Generator, in which a female worker diligently smashes coloured light bulbs. Here we are underneath the surface of the workstations, where, in a play on smashing the glass ceiling we observe her smashing the technicolour glass above us.

All proceeds of print sales go to support Goldsmiths CCA’s programme.
Courtesy of the artist.