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Urban surveillance

The works describe the continued exploration, by the artist, in the dealing with human relocation and identity influenced by global economics, politics, conflict and consumerism.

The milieu in which the artist lives and works, in London, influences his use of subject material. Collaging the use of found, drawn or photographic material ,such as maps, road signage, industrial equipment, found objects and the ubiquitous wooden pallet, to describe movement and change. The repetative use of the the wooden pallet, a universal form of shipping, as a metaphor for a platform, raft or a craft, on which people or commodities are consigned, to be transported to set destinations.

Printed on 320gsm 100% cotton Photo rag - natural white - pearl finish

The portfolio is printed in an A3 format.

Paper size : H42 x W30cm

Image size: H30 X 20cm 

Price: 60 each

( excludes post and package )

Click the image for a view of: Stemming the flow
Stemming the flow
Click the image for a view of: Raft of suggestions
Raft of suggestions
Click the image for a view of: 2. Kentucky cycle pallette
2. Kentucky cycle pallette
Click the image for a view of: 1. Raft cycle
1. Raft cycle

Send a query: Urban surveillance (Reference ID: 4)

 Base Relief - Beyond the press Exhibition @ Studio 75 September 2011
An exhibition of Bas relief paintings and prints paintings by Jonathan Comerford
CCTV 2 - Acrylic on carved lino block - H40 x W30cm
 Printmaking Sans Frontiers Linocut project 2016 -Cape Town, South Africa 2016
District Six Museum Homecoming Centre Cape Town South Africa 2016
Jonathan editioning - H G Printmakers 2016 CapeTown - HGP Pop up studio @ D6 Home Coming Centre
 Published works by Jonathan Comerford
The gallery presents work produced by master print maker, Jonathan Comerford, since 1989, in collaboration with artists from Southern Africa, Europe and the United States.
Growing Cube - lulwah al Homoud - Silkscreen - Image W40 x H30 cm
 South Africa `Black & White` London
A retrospective of linocuts by Billy Mandindi and Jonathan Comerford.
Speak, see hear no evil - Linocut by Billy Mamdindi
 The Tin Boats portfolio.
A portfolio of 11 lithographs produced by the artist in 2005.
On the brink
 Urban surveillance
A series of Digital prints exploring the urban landscape.
Raft of suggestions

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