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The Slow Liquidity of Glass, 2013

Photograph

Digital C-type print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper

20.08 x 13.15 in

51.0 x 33.4 cm

Edition of 50

Includes a Certificate of Authenticity.

PRICE: $349
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    About The Work

    To accompany her Chisenhale Gallery exhibition in 2013, Corin Sworn produced this limited edition photograph. Entitled The Slow Liquidity of Glass, it references an image from her film The Rag Papers, which was commissioned in 2013. As it explores the nature of attention, reuse, and appropriation, the film’s worried narrative shifts between the perspectives of three characters who interact with a series of objects that appear within carefully designed domestic interiors.

    Courtesy of Chisenhale Gallery.

    About Corin Sworn

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