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Laufende Nase by J.P DORDOLO


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Laufende Nase (Runny Nose)

Original Work (1 of 1)

Cast composite, fiberglass & pigments 

Work size: 40 x 30 cm

Supplied unframed

Accompanied by a Saatchi Gallery Certificate of Authenticity.

The work will be ready for collection by the end of the exhibition in May.

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The exhibition Fliegen ohne Flügel ('Flying without Wings’) features a series of wall works exploring the reverse process of mark-making. The works refer to certain traditions in painting such as portraiture, still life and landscape.

The artist has created trompe-l’oeil cast objects made of a single block of polymer compound. With their form moulded from the back of a stretched canvas, the process is essentially the reverse to that of a painting. The foreground is applied first before the artist painstakingly works his way toward the background of the image.

Jean-Philippe Dordolo (b. 1981 Orange, France) studied his BA at Byam Shaw / Central St Martins, London (UK). He has exhibited nationally and internationally at The Cut, Halesworth, Centrum, Berlin, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Bermondsey Project, London, Bohunk Institute, Nottingham, AIR Archway, London, Art First Projects, London, Large Glass, London, amongst others. Residencies include: Centrum, Berlin, Triangle Workshop, NY, Micro Residency, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Vinyl Site / Vinyl Art Space, Birmingham, and Ambit Drawing Residency, Norfolk (UK). He is currently carrying out his MFA in Fine Art at the Slade School of Art, London.

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