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Holograms (2)

Holograms (2), 2015 - Julia Dault

Holograms (2), 2015

Julia Dault

Print, Work on paper
56.5 x 79.5 cm / 22.24 x 31.3 inch
Edition of 8 copies, signed and numbered by the artist
€1400

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  • Medium: Screenprint on 300 gsm Somerset Satin paper with screenprint on 290 gsm Peregrina Tungsten Fractal paper applied by chine-collé
  • This work is unframed
  • Ships in 5 to 10 business days from United Kingdom

about this work

In her paintings and sculptures, Julia Dault often uses restrictions, rule sets, and the limitations of found materials and colours to generate compositions. In The Holograms, she has isolated six elements which she playfully remixes across the four individual prints.

Each edition contains at least four of these component parts, among which are heretofore unseen underpaintings from previous work; a day-glo rainbow palette; and motifs drawn from outside sources including perforated paper. The arrangements of circles, grids, and triangles shift from woodblock to screenprint and from one part of the design to another, hinting at the infinite possibilities found within even the strictest rules.

The 4 prints of the series Holograms can be purchased individually, but are also offered as a set at a more attractive price.

about Julia Dault

°1977, Toronto (CAN) – lives and works in Brooklyn, NY (USA)

By devising expressive gestures through rules and reasoning indicative of Post-Minimal and Conceptual art, Julia Dault is part of a generation of artists invigorating abstract painting today. She explores notions of artistic labor, often through constraining, repeating, or mechanically producing her hand’s gestures. This is achieved in part through her use of non-traditional tools and supports: Dault scrapes and pushes paint across the canvas with combs, squeegees, and other implements that help her create pattern-like, but ultimately imperfect, compositions. Dault’s exploration of the handmade and the industrial continues in her sculptures, which she improvises on site by hand-bent building materials.

(courtesy of Marianne Boesky Gallery)

Julia Dault’s recent solo exhibtions include Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver; Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York; The Power Plant, Toronto; China Art Objects, Los Angeles; White Cube Bermondsey, London; Galerie Bob van Orsouw, Zurich; and Jessica Bradley Gallery, Toronto.

Her work was part of group exhibitions in venues such as Pérez Art Museum, Miami; Witte de With, Rotterdam; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston; and Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw. Dault als participated in the Ninth Gwangju Biennale in South Korea; the Marrakech Biennale; and The Ungovernables - The New Museum Triennial at the New Museum, New York.

Julia Dault is represented by the following gallery;
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Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York

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