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SPIN PHOTO

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Manufacturer Weng Contemporary

design by
(2002)
Damien Hirst Collection
Spin Photo - Hirst first experimented with spin art in 1992 at his studio in Brixton, London. The following year, he set up a spin art stall with fellow artist Angus Fairhurst at Joshua Compston’s artist led street fair, ‘A Féte Worse than Death’.
The spin paintings are characterised by the works’ elongated titles, which begin with ‘Beautiful’ and end in ‘painting’, and their bright colours. Whilst the chance spontaneity of the spin paintings stands in stark contrast to the formulaic spot series, both explore the idea of an imaginary mechanical painter. The results of the spins are controlled purely by the artist’s colour choices and the motion of the machine.

Edition Size:68
Signature:Signed

Dimensions

22.5 x 32.8 cm
C-prints SPIN PHOTO - Weng Contemporary

C-prints SPIN PHOTO - Weng Contemporary
C-prints SPIN PHOTO - Weng Contemporary

C-prints SPIN PHOTO - Weng Contemporary
C-prints SPIN PHOTO - Weng Contemporary

C-prints SPIN PHOTO - Weng Contemporary
C-prints SPIN PHOTO - Weng Contemporary

C-prints SPIN PHOTO - Weng Contemporary
C-prints SPIN PHOTO - Weng Contemporary

C-prints SPIN PHOTO - Weng Contemporary
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