"Braille XVIII" by Almudena Rodriguez

2004
$1,480 USD
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Dimensions
W: 13.5" D: 1.0" H: 15.25"
Materials
Ink
Mixed Materials
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CAR011
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$75

Extracting images, logos and slogans from popular culture, Almudena Rodriguez rearranges these disparate signs on hand-sewn fabrics in an attempt to map out a single vision determined not by original context but through aesthetic thought. The delicacy of the fabrics is an important part of her work, their different tactile qualities determining the work’s initial conception. Textured with braille writing and embroidery, Extracting images, logos and slogans from popular culture, Almudena Rodriguez rearranges these disparate signs in an attempt to map out a single vision determined not by original context but through aesthetic thought. Textured with braille writing and embroidery, Rodriquez attempts to provide a sensory roadmap for a society blinded by in a world composed of disjointed messaging.

Aniline, transfer, ink, and embroidery thread on paper. Framed.

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