42 x 29.7cm
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About the artwork
Edward Thomasson is a multidisciplinary artist whose wide-spanning practice delves into video work, performance art and drawings; mediums through which he investigates performance as a strategy for negotiating everyday life. In this limited edition print, Thomasson has echoed the choreographed actions of a theatrical stage-set, using storytelling to explore personal interactions between heaped individuals.
About the artist
Edward Thomasson (b. 1985 in Staffordshire, United Kingdom) is a graduate of Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, in 2007 and went on to gain an MA at Slade School of Fine Art, London, 2009–2011. Recent solo exhibitions include Rhythm and Blues, West Space, Melbourne (2018); Other People, Southard Reid, London, UK (2016); Volunteers, Play, David Roberts Art Foundation, London, UK (2016); Escape Routes, Southard Reid (2015); The Present Tense, Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK (2014); Edward Thomasson: Inside, South London Gallery, London, UK (2012); Find A Problem To Solve, Furini Arte Contemporanea, Rome, 2012; One Another’s Company, IMT Gallery, London, 2011; New Contemporaries, The A Foundation, Liverpool, touring to ICA, London, 2010; Schicksal Oder Vaseline?, The Showroom, Berlin, 2010. His collaborative performances with Lucy Beech include: Twist, IMT Gallery, London, 2011; 7 Year Itch, More Soup and Tart, Barbican Theatre, London, 2011; Human Resources, Platform One, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, 2011; Holding it Together, Night and Day, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, 2010; The Cigarette Game, Testing Ground: Live, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2010.
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