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Living systems, narrative haze (a sequence of palm trees obscured by the fog)

Living systems, narrative haze (a sequence of palm trees obscured by the fog), 2013 - Zin Taylor

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Living systems, narrative haze (a sequence of palm trees obscured by the fog), 2013

Zin Taylor  

six times x 29,7 x 42 cm / 0 x 11.69 x 16.54 inch
Edition of 50 copies, signed and numbered by the artist

  • Medium: Duotone prints on Fedrigoni Sirio White/White 280 g/m2
  • This is a suite of 6 prints, each measuring 29,7 x 42 cm
  • This work is unframed
  • Ships in 5 to 10 business days from Belgium

about this work

This edition was published together with Zin Taylor's book Palms of the Fog, a recount of the formative power of music, rock bands, record shops, zines and, mostly, fortuitous encounters. The fog, a metaphor for how elusive memory can be, in its in-between state, is “breath made thick,” and the narratives collected by Taylor echo the structure of a generative cycle, “the ecosystem of the jungle.”

While moving studios, the artist recently found some Artist Proofs of his long sold-out 2013 Mousse edition - here they are!

about Zin Taylor

Zin Taylor could be introduced as a narrator of forms, one who uses a diverse range of mediums, including sculptural installations, drawing, animation, writing or story telling. His practice investigates subjects through their shape, gesture and materiality – in sum, through their sculptural behaviour.

In his work, the physical status of a thing often becomes a space, one that not only hosts narrative prospects, but also directs and reconsiders the psychological life of the thing in question. Treating every element – or thing – as a potential interlocutor, Zin Taylor opens up a conversation between and with items to which/whom no word is usually given. It is certainly surprising to see what a thing actually has to say when it is allowed to express something beyond its functionality, beyond its construction and material aspect.

(courtesy of La Loge)

Zin Taylor had solo exhibitions at venues such as Portikus, Frankfurt; 1646, The Hague; Oakville Galleries, Toronto; Witte de With, Rotterdam; Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York; Kunsthalle Charlottenborg, Copenhagen; KIOSK, Ghent, and Contemporary Art Museum, St Louis. Group exhibitions include Villa Empain, Brussels; Nogueras|Blanchard Gallery, Madrid; MendesWoodDM, Sao Paulo; Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna; 1857, Oslo; Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin; and Frac Ile-de-France / Le Plateau, Paris.

Zin Taylor is represented by the following gallery;
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Supportico Lopez, Berlin  

You can also see more of Zin Taylor’s on his own website

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