Known for her ephemeral, ethereal works informed by personal or collective memories, Jessica Warboys (b. 1977) works across a wide range of media, including performance, film, sculpture, and painting. Beautifully illustrated, this book investigates the artist s use of symbolism, her vocabulary of forms, and her approach to landscape. Warboys often combines her materials with a natural element, such as water or the sun, applying pigment directly onto large-scale canvases before submerging them into the sea and allowing the waves to distribute the color. The action is deliberately related to performance, and the resulting canvases create a physical document of her collaboration with the sea. Published to accompany a touring exhibition, this book brings the work of a rising star to a new audience."
Publisher: Tate Publishing ISBN: 9781849763974 Number of pages: 68 Weight: 410 g Dimensions: 260 x 213 x 8 mm
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