Dusk Notice, 2008
David Osbaldeston's occasional series of Notices draw upon the territory of 'Institutional Critique', which articulate the artist's ongoing interest in the relationships between cultural events past and present.
The Notices aim to act as visual and ideological reminders of C18th or C19th leaflets or posters that could be attributed to radical or political movements of the period and produced as agents for change.
Their visual language is now charged with fixed meanings that have long been overtaken by developments in both sociology and technology. The posters are digitally reproduced inkjet prints of drawings that aim to mirror the urgency and authority of the printed word in a contemporary situation that increasingly demands change under quite different circumstances of cultural production.
Print: Archival digital ink-jet prints
Paper: Photorealistic Matt, 180gsm
Paper dimensions: 841 mm (w) x 1189 mm (h)
Image dimensions: 841 mm (w) x 1189 mm (h)
If framed: Float mounted and framed in ash
This print is individually wrapped in acid free tissue and supplied in a unique labeled tube.
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