Industrial Artefact Print

Industrial Artefact by Roy Isaacs

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Industrial Artefact Print By Roy Isaacs

The watermark in the lower right corner of the image will not appear on the final print.

Frame

Top Mat

Bottom Mat

Dimensions

Image:

4.25" x 8.00"

Overall:

6.25" x 10.00"

 

Print:

industrial artefact by Roy Isaacs - 4.25" x 8.00"

$15.00

Material:

Archival Matte Paper

$7.00

Finish:

Rolled in a Tube

$0.00

Assembly:

Assembly Charge

$0.00

Total:

 

$22.00

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industry prints, factory prints, founditems prints, cardboard prints, construction prints, 3d prints, assemblage prints, memory prints, nostalga prints

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About the Image

industrial artefact by Roy Isaacs

"Painting in the expanded field." A single entity, an industrial artefact. This is a construction made from found materials designed to engender a memory of an industrial past.

About the Artist - Roy Isaacs

Roy Isaacs

BA (hons) fine art (1st) Wirral Art School and John Moores University, Liverpool UK. MA fine art University of Chester and Liverpool University, UK. My cardboard machines represent the old industry that has succumbed to the forces of globalisation. They are devoid of working parts like the deserted factory buildings and vanished skills, they display the hopelessness of redundancy. The work is designed to trigger nostalgia and memories of a past era of industrial skill. The models act as empty signifiers and metaphors for the economic destruction of industry. They are concerned with the fragile nature of the material as a metaphor for the passing of time, reminding the viewer of the ephemeral and finite nature of things. The use of...

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