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Ekow and Abacus Exploring the Dungeon, 2008

Print

Photographic print on paper

15.75 x 19.68 in

40.0 x 50.0 cm

Edition of 60

Signed and numbered

PRICE: $310
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    About The Work

    Ryan Gander's practice is an expansive beast, conceptually based and centred upon postulative ‘what-ifs?’, thus stretching and interrogating the rules that society readily accepts as fact.

    Gander's works often create fictional histories, as found with Ekow and Abacus Exploring the Dungeon, 2008. The print, a photograph of a watercolour illustration by Mark Beesley, portrays the ICA's former artistic director, Ekow Eshun, carrying an abacus and a torch in the basement of Nash House.

    Courtesy of ICA London

    About Ryan Gander

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