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  • Provenance

    Private Collection

  • Artist Bio

    Rodney Graham

    Canadian • 1949

    Rodney Graham pulls from cultural and intellectual history through photography, film, music, performance and painting. He presents narratives with puns and references to literature and philosophy, including Sigmund Freud and Kurt Cobain, with a sense of humor that contradicts his residence in the post-punk scene of late 1970s Vancouver.

    In his film trilogy Vexation Island (1999), How I Became a Ramblin' Man (1999) and City Self/Country Self (2001), the artist plays characters like a castaway and a cowboy caught in repetitive cycles of actions and gestures. Such unconscious dream states are further explored in Graham's series of upside-down photographs of oak trees, which are hung to mimic camera obscura.

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School of velocity: 24 hours of music divided into fifteen minute intervals

1993
two complete sets of 15 screenprints in red and offset printing, on wove paper
each 44 x 31.5 cm. (17 3/8 x 12 3/8 in.)
This work from the series of 48, each sheet representing one minute, each portfolio representing fifteen minutes of music, and is published by Patrick Painter Editions, Los Angeles, with Lisson Gallery, London.

Estimate
£10,000 - 15,000 

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Under the Influence

11 April 2013
London