Screenprint. 56 x 76cm, fully archival standard 300grm paper. Produced for Cove Park by Dundee Contemporary Arts Print Studio.
Claire Barclay lives and works in Glasgow and has been exhibiting her work nationally and internationally since 1990. She evolves her work in a highly instinctive and experimental way, and is well known for her carefully composed sculptural installations that adopt methods used in weaving, woodturning, ceramics and print, to create a refined vocabulary of forms. Her screenprint for Cove Park used a spontaneous, hands-on process of cutting paper shapes to make the screens with which to print each layer of colour. The overall composition is vibrant and within it are abstracted illustrations of moving scissor blades, the very tool used to produce the shapes. The print relates back to her sculptural practice and her previous use of hand-printed fabrics as sculptural components.
Edition price: £500 (plus VAT, unframed)
This work was commissioned for and included within the Cove Park Portfolio, 2006. Information on this project, its themes, and the artists involved in available here.