Jack Strange £100 - £200, 2010 SOLD OUT / £200.00

Jack Strange <i>£100 - £200</i>, 2010 SOLD OUT Jack Strange <i>£100 - £200</i>, 2010 SOLD OUT Jack Strange <i>£100 - £200</i>, 2010 SOLD OUT Jack Strange <i>£100 - £200</i>, 2010 SOLD OUT Jack Strange <i>£100 - £200</i>, 2010 SOLD OUT

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Single hole punches from different five pound notes mounted free hand in a circle onto smooth plate finished bristol board.
209 x 296 mm (unframed)
Series of 21
Limited edition

This artwork produced exclusively for the Zabludowicz Collection. Each edition in the series increases in price by five pounds whilst the circle increases by a single hole punch.

Please contact us for the next available edition.

Jack Strange takes the mundane facts of life and playfully reinvents them. In Believe (2007), a work that combines a Pop Art aesthetic with a conceptual sensibility, a chocolate bar and a television set playing a slide show of imploding universes become a witty remark about faith, cosmologies and belief. Strange’s interdisciplinary practice incorporates performance, sculpture and moving image, and takes him on a quest for apparently hidden meanings in the repetition of cultural material. For the slideshow Stunt Doubles (2007), Strange went looking for anyone wearing a red coat to match his own, and photographed himself with his discoveries. For the Greenman (With the Curst Sons, Alpha, Giovanni Manzini and Mr Clack) (2008), he commissioned four new soundtracks for a 90-second clip from The Incredible Hulk. In Tom (2007), Strange has compiled a kind of reverse chronology of Tom Cruise films by editing together all the available scenes which show the actor running. Each of these works produces a charming and comical conflation of images, ideas and situations, inviting multiple interpretations.

All proceeds from our editions are split equally between the artist and the Zabludowicz Collection


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