Holly Graham // After Harry Jacobs: Framed Wide by our Surroundings
Limited edition of 30
372 x 249mm (when formatted / overlaid), digitally printed in-house at Turf on 120gsm recycled paper containing cut grass and natural marigold petals.
Hand-stamped and signed on reverse by the artist.
Sent via signed for postage, wrapped safely in cardboard in acid-free tissue paper with information card.
Artist and co-founder of Cypher Billboard project, Holly is also Head of Artist Development here at Turf. Holly’s overlapping set of prints builds on previous work made around the archive of South London based photographer Harry Jacobs, attempting to engage with histories we come across in archives. Printed on recycled paper containing cut grass and marigold petals.
// Holly Graham
Holly Graham is a London-based artist, working predominantly with print and audio. Her work looks at ways in which memory and narrative shape collective histories, following an interest in tracing how memory fragments form and regroup to enable shifting understandings of identity. She undertook her BFA at Oxford University in 2012 and graduated from MA Printmaking at the Royal College of Art in 2014. Recent exhibitions and projects include: To Us It Just Looks Like A Lemon: Bothy Residency, Southwark Park Galleries (2019); BOUNDS, Skelf, Online (2019); The Oval Window, Gerald Moore Gallery, London (2019); The Romance of Flowers, Kingsgate Projects, London (2018); Common Third, Copperfield, London (2018); Carefully Cleansed of Labour and Softened by Cooking, Compressor, London (2018); and Sweet Swollen, Jerwood Visual Arts: Project Space, London (2018).
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