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Porcelain Disposition IV und weitere Werke von Monique Gilpin

Porcelain Disposition IV, 2014
180 x 90 cm (h x w)
USD 1 400
Digital prints on pvc 1/5
for sale

The Porcelain Series is a dialogue between the concepts of stability and instability and also the traditional and contemporary realities of life. Born from my nomadic experiences within the last six years, my yearning for stability is embodied within the exploration of the human form in a three-dimensional space. Every minute of our lives is spent in physical and psychological dialogue with the space around us and the contorted bodies within these oversaturated three-dimensional spaces have been transmogrified towards semi-abstraction mimicking hard ceramic surfaces.
The porcelain figurines in many older Jamaican homes seem to be ever-present and are symbolic of a stability that the younger generation of Jamaicans no longer seem to be able to achieve. The contortions and attempted transformation of the bodies represent the psychological struggle to achieve this stability.



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other works by Monique Gilpin

Porcelain Disposition III, 2014
180 x 90 cm (h x w)
Digital print on pvc 2/5

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