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Lands of Shadow and Substance No.13, 2014

Print

Archival pigment prints

21.25 x 27.25 in

54.0 x 69.2 cm

Edition of 3

This work is signed and dated.

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    About The Work

    Allan McCollum viewed the original Twilight Zone episodes from 1959 to 1964 on his laptop computer, capturing screenshots of scenes that included landscape paintings. Images of those paintings were digitally edited, printed, and custom framed to create the series entitled Lands of Shadow and Substance. Each of the 27 works in the series has been printed proportionally to its original televised incarnation and is in an edition of three.

    Courtesy of Graphicstudio/USF

    About Allan McCollum

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    • This work is framed. Frame measurements are 21.25" x 27.50".
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