Heather Phillipson

A Is to D What E Is to H

2013

Archival pigment print on Museo Silver Rag 300gsm, framed within a generic/bespoke clip frame

£120

Archival pigment print on Museo Silver Rag 300gsm, framed within a generic/bespoke clip frame (5mm MDF, 2mm Styrene Glass, chrome metal clips). Accompanied by a certificate of authorship, signed and numbered by the artist.

CIRCA Projects works closely with artists to produce exclusive limited editions. This initiative provides a one-off opportunity to acquire an affordable artwork and to start building your own contemporary art collection. All funds raised are directed towards the exhibitions programme, which specialises in presenting and commissioning works by both established and emerging artists at pivotal points in their career. Our editions are produced in collaboration with Jack Lowe Studio.

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In 2011 Heather Phillipson presented her performance Well, this is embarrassing as part of CIRCA Projects’ exhibition Seeing In The Dark – A Group Show. In 2012, Phillipson’s installation Bleurgh, alongside the performance work PRESSURIZATION, were exhibited as part of CIRCA Projects’ 15-month programme Space Release at the Stephenson Works in Newcastle upon Tyne. Phillipson’s forthcoming and recent solo projects include Yes, surprising is existence in the post-vegetal cosmorama, BALTIC, 2013; immediately and for a short time balloons weapons too-tight clothing worries of all kinds, LOOP Art Fair with Rowing Projects, Barcelona, 2013; Splashy Phasings, Random Acts, Channel 4 television, 2013; Zabludowicz Invites: Heather Phillipson, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2013; Flux Projects, Flux Night, Atlanta, USA, 2013 and PRESSURIZATION, Whitechapel Gallery, London. Recent group shows include WE OBJECT!, Aid & Abet, Cambridge, 2013; Verging on the Absurd, Contemporary Arts Society, London, 2013; EYE MUSIC FOR DANCING, Flat Time House, London, 2012, and Performing as Publishing, Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland, 2012. Heather Phillipson is also an award-winning poet and was a participant in the LUX Associate Artists Programme 2011-12.

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