Ink, color pencil, acid-free non-tropical wooden paper. From a series of unique works
In The Pink Elephant in the Room Series, I use the formal language of lines, planes and geometry to address gender inequality and other issues such as representation in art history and in the contemporary art world using humorous active titles in which the “pink elephant in the room” makes herself visible. For this set of three drawings from the series, I use wooden paper as a substrate, placing The Pink Elephant in the woods, literally and metaphorically, but shifting the meaning towards making her path as she walks forth, fearless, mixing organic nature and geometry while engaging in the fraught territory of mixing metaphors. Drawn with Ink and Color pencil on Acidfree wooden paper, 29,7 x 21 cm.
700 € net
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