'Co-Habitation' by Robyn Carey
3 colour risograph print
(297 x 420)mm / on 170gsm Context Birch paper. Edition of 20, signed and numbered by the artist.
About the Piece
One of 3 in a series of Riso Prints that were created during isolation. Each one deals with a different occurrence or experience felt during this peculiar time. Co-Habitiation deals with the different energies and patterns found in the routine of a quarantined household. There beauty in the balance of each persons energy and habits working along side each other in harmony.
About the Artist
Robyn Carey is a printmaker, painter, and curator from Dublin. She creates primarily abstract expressionist silk screen prints and acrylic paintings. Her work at its core is an exploration of relationships, both physical, mental, and theoretical. She explores this through expressive, gestural mark-making coupled with abstracted structures. Robyn's work often reflects her interpretations of a scientific, philosophical, or historical theory. Aesthetically she is drawn to both ancient Irish neolithic imagery and textures, contrasted by clean lines of modernism. Her work aims to grab the viewer's attention with its strong imagery and compositions. It then asks them to delve a little deeper upon a closer look, to unearth a narrative being depicted through abstraction and symbolism. Her practice is based in Pallas Projects Studios, Dublin 8.
Frames can be purchased through Damn Fine Print in black, white and natural wooden finishes.
Shipping and Returns
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