Open Offeraries by Laura Aldridge limited edition print

Colour screen printed on cotton fabric, dyed with ash and poster paint
Limited to 50 editions
Unframed and unmounted
Item Size:
43 x 33 cm

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Four colour screen printed on cotton fabric, dyed with ash and poster paint. The edition is a collaboration amongst Scottish Artist Laura Aldridge and Los Angeles based artist Anna Mayer, for which a drawing by Anna has been 'interpretively printed' by Aldridge.

Produced to accompany the project ‘OPENARIES’, 2014 as an edition of 50. Edition numbers are allocated on a sequential first come first served basis.

Laura Aldridge, lives and works in Glasgow. Laura works with a variety of materials including photography, screenprint, ceramics, fabric and cement depending on the space she is working in. Her most recent project with the National Galleries of Scotland Pig Rock Bothy was designed in 2014 by architect Iain MacLeod & artists Bobby Niven and Laura Aldridge in collaboration with Douglas Flett Architects.

 It was created in response to the landscape and community in Assynt in the North-West Highlands of Scotland. Named by the artist Laura Aldridge, the structure is called ‘Pig Rock’ after a rock she found in Assynt where she developed work for the first exhibition to take place here at the National Galleries of Scotland.

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