Friday on the Moon by Emma Davidson
Hand-stamped relief print on Torinoko paper | 110 x 79
This work is inspired by typewriter and photocopier art and was made by repeatedly stamping the letter X (hand-carved from rubber) onto paper, allowing chance to guide the finished pattern. It’s from a series which explores ways the graphic quality of photocopies and the action of a typewriter key striking a page can be simulated on a large scale. In typewriting, the letter X can be used to ‘cross-out’ a spelling mistake or redact a word. X can also mean a kiss, mark the site of hidden treasure, and carries other connotations, which invite you to bring your own interpretation.
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