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  Rear of k , 2017   Transfers  are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for  Colours from Black . In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other  Transfers  that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints.   Unique Monoprint on Kodak Endura Paper  128 x 96 cm

Rear of k, 2017

Transfers are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for Colours from Black. In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other Transfers that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints. 

Unique Monoprint on Kodak Endura Paper

128 x 96 cm

  zelmanovic , 2017   Transfers  are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for  Colours from Black . In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other  Transfers  that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints.   Unique Monoprint on Kodak Endura Paper  140 x 130 cm

zelmanovic, 2017

Transfers are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for Colours from Black. In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other Transfers that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints. 

Unique Monoprint on Kodak Endura Paper

140 x 130 cm

  Rear of KLY97 , 2017   Transfers  are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for  Colours from Black . In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other  Transfers  that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints.   Unique Monoprint on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper reversed and rotated 90° anti-clockwise  36 x 28 cm

Rear of KLY97, 2017

Transfers are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for Colours from Black. In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other Transfers that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints. 

Unique Monoprint on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper reversed and rotated 90° anti-clockwise

36 x 28 cm

   98 y chanel (Reversed and Rotated) , 2017    Transfers  are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for  Colours from Black . In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other  Transfers  that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints.   Unique Monoprint on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper reversed and rotated 90° anti-clockwise  35 x 25.5 cm

98 y chanel (Reversed and Rotated), 2017

Transfers are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for Colours from Black. In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other Transfers that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints. 

Unique Monoprint on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper reversed and rotated 90° anti-clockwise

35 x 25.5 cm

Rear of k, 2017

Transfers are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for Colours from Black. In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other Transfers that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints. 

Unique Monoprint on Kodak Endura Paper

128 x 96 cm

zelmanovic, 2017

Transfers are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for Colours from Black. In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other Transfers that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints. 

Unique Monoprint on Kodak Endura Paper

140 x 130 cm

Rear of KLY97, 2017

Transfers are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for Colours from Black. In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other Transfers that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints. 

Unique Monoprint on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper reversed and rotated 90° anti-clockwise

36 x 28 cm

98 y chanel (Reversed and Rotated), 2017

Transfers are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for Colours from Black. In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other Transfers that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints. 

Unique Monoprint on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper reversed and rotated 90° anti-clockwise

35 x 25.5 cm

  Rear of k , 2017   Transfers  are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for  Colours from Black . In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other  Transfers  that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints.   Unique Monoprint on Kodak Endura Paper  128 x 96 cm
  zelmanovic , 2017   Transfers  are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for  Colours from Black . In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other  Transfers  that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints.   Unique Monoprint on Kodak Endura Paper  140 x 130 cm
  Rear of KLY97 , 2017   Transfers  are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for  Colours from Black . In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other  Transfers  that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints.   Unique Monoprint on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper reversed and rotated 90° anti-clockwise  36 x 28 cm
   98 y chanel (Reversed and Rotated) , 2017    Transfers  are series of byproducts that form during the drying processes for  Colours from Black . In the production of these works, the different dyes and surfaces of papers become increasingly unstable, and as a result, need to be dried on a flat surface with the emulsion side facing up. Made in a shared photo-lab, excess sheets of paper are used to cover the floors from chemical spillage. As prints are removed from their wet storage and unrolled on the floor, a hidden transfer process takes place on the backside of the paper and the floor cover beneath. These one-of-a-kind imprints are often too precious to throwaway, and serve to provide the offcuts of other artists with a second life. In the presentation of this work, images by other artists are subsequently concealed against the wall, only referenced in titles. Likewise, the opposite becomes true for other  Transfers  that privately exist behind resolved, or already completed prints.   Unique Monoprint on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper reversed and rotated 90° anti-clockwise  35 x 25.5 cm