This installation is based on a moment captured from a previous enactment. As the historical and current technique of advertisement, political endorsement and mass dissemination of manifestos and other ideas, print speaks to a collective endeavor, public participation and social movement. Intentionally misusing the process of CMYK graphic reproduction, I relinquish rigid adherence to accuracy and embrace the inherent variability of reproduction. The print collage becomes a formal investigation of visual chords which spark a vibration and a recognition of underlying structures and patterns. This installation creates an undulating horizon line as the same image is printed, rearranged, and collaged directly onto the wall. The swirl of color and form creates a new environment for exploration of modified movements through wearable forms.
CMYK serigraphy on contact paper and butcher paper, collage on wall.
Approximately 3x36 feet.
LaVerne Krause Gallery. December 2015.