Limited Edition Print // Jesse Darling // Help holding the pain cup
£50 // Limited edition of 30
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Turf friend and artist of solo show ‘The Ballad of Saint Jerome‘ at Tate Britain, Jesse Darling has produced a drawing, printed in-house on textured off-white paper. Much of Jesse’s recent work has explored vulnerability and disability experience and their inextricable links to social and political contexts.
👉 Printed by Turf! We digitally printed this edition in-house at Turf on Fabriano 225gsm acid free paper. It’s slightly textured, like a watercolour paper.
👉 Hand-stamped and signed on reverse by the artist.
👉 Measurements 298 x 420mm
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// More about Jesse Darling
Jesse Darling is an artist working in sculpture, installation, video, drawing, text, sound and performance. They live and work in Berlin. Their work is broadly concerned with what it means to be a body in the world, though what that means is both politically charged and culturally determined. Recent projects include;
• Crevé, Triangle France, Marseille, FR
• The Ballad of Saint Jerome, ART NOW @ Tate Britain, LDN, UK
• Support Level, Chapter, NYC, USA
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