Digital pigment print on William Turner 310gsm, each hand-finished by the artist.
32.5 cm x 40 cm [12.78 x 15.75 inches].
Editions of 40 work, signed and numbered.
Produced by Holding Page.
About the work
Laure Prouvost's work often engages with language through installation and film, creating an unexpected and often humorous detachment between image, language, and the perceived meaning. Her juxtaposition of images and texts prompt an exploration of the imagination and the Surreal that immerses the viewer in a playful questioning of experience and meaning. Paradise On Line is one of 2 works created in tribute to the late French film maker Chris Marker, accompanying Marker's posthumous show, A Grin Without a Cat at the Whitechapel Gallery in Spring of 2014.
About the artist
Born in 1978 Lille, France. Laure Prouvost lives and works in London and Antwerp and is represented by MOT International Gallery.
In 2011 Prouvost won the Max Mara Prize for Women, which led to her 2013 exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, Farfromwords, for which she was awarded the UK's prestigious Turner Prize.
Selected solo shows include Laure Prouvost, IPS, Birmingham; Time Machine, Bookworks, Spike Island, Bristol (2011); All These Things Think Link, Flat Time House, London; Art Now Lightbox, Tate Britain, London;Frieze Frame, Frieze Art Fair, London;Present Future, Artissima Art Fair (2012).
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