Behavioural Residue (second sweep)

2016, 68.4 × 49.7 cm, monotype print on paper

Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Behavioural Residue (second sweep)
Commentary

Formally related to the previous series of Behavioural Residue works, the ‘second sweep’ refers to the collecting of eyelashes from the floor of my studio, from which 1:1 scale monotype prints were made to irritate the otherwise clean page of fabriano printing paper.

thanks

Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds
Mondriaan Fonds
Claudia Martinez
Peter Paul Peterich Fonds
Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten

Alex Farrar
Born 1986 in Leeds, United Kingdom
NEWS
☞ 7.9.18 – 7.10.18, ‘being as becoming: liberating-art and/or liberating art’ at Onomatopee, Eindhoven, curated by Freek Lomme
☞ 10.5.18 – 27.6.18, ‘British Summer Time (BST)’ group exhibition at Copperfield Gallery, London
☞ 20.4.18, 10am – 6pm, I will be speaking at ‘Distributed’, a publishing symposium about the act of distribution, organised by David Blamey (Open Editions) and Joshua Trees (Books from the Future) in Lecture Theatre 1, Royal College of Art, London
☞ 29.3.18 – 2.4.18 Unfair at Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam
☝︎ 1.5.17 – 1.5.19 For two years my work is generously supported by a grant for established artists from the amazing Mondriaan Fund (Netherlands)
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The typeface used throughout is Maria Pro, created by Phil Baber, whose 2010 design for the Index book reappears here in the work pages.
Credit also goes to Qubik for my original website (2010–2014), which lives on in the icon based home page.