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Extradition with Computer, 2006

Print

C-print in mother of pearl inlaid artist frame

36.18 x 43.87 in

91.9 x 111.4 cm

Edition of 10

Signature label on verso

$15,000 - $20,000
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About The Work

The Extradition series of photographs is set in Bali where Bickerton currently lives, and relates primarily to the influence capitalism has had and continues to have on indigenous social and anthropological structures.  His work has increasingly addressed a ‘global conscience’ since the 1980s. The frame is inlaid with mother of pearl and metal coins, acting as an example of the Balinese kitsch aesthetic the artist has developed since moving to Bali more than 20 years ago.

Courtesy of Lehmann Maupin

About Ashley Bickerton

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  • This work is framed. Frame measurements are 43.25" x 51.50".
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