Medium:Digital pigment print with spot varnish on Somerset velvet paper 320 gsm
Size: 27.75 x 22.5 cm / paper size: 37.3 x 27.6 cm
Edition of 45
Available alongside the Making & Unmaking exhibition, 2016
This piece was originally created for Donna Huddleston's performance Witch Dance at The Drawing Room which was inspired by the work of the German Expressionist dancer Mary Wigman.
Donna Huddleston was born in 1970 Belfast, Ireland. She was raised in Australia and studied at the National School of Art and graduated in Stage Design at The Institute for Dramatic Arts in Sydney. Solo exhibitions include: Witch Dance at Sadler’s Wells, London, 2012-13, Golden Hands, Concrete Café, Hayward Gallery, 2008 and Juliètte Jongma in Amsterdam, 2006 and 2011. Recent group exhibitions include: Galerie Neu, MD 72, Berlin, 2007; Museum Van Bommel Van Dam Venio, Netherlands, 2008; Alexandre Pollazzon Ltd, London, 2008 and the Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Spain, 2012. In 2010, Huddleston was nominated for the Jerwood Drawing Prize and is included in Phaidon's new 'Vitamin D2 - New Perspectives in Drawing'. Huddleston has also collaborated with designer Stien Goya’s women’s wear collection.
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Photo of the edition by Hydar Dewachi