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Painting, Acrylic on Paper
Size: 16.5 W x 11.7 H x 0.1 D in
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This image was made during lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. It was inspired by talk of 'the new normal' and how this time could be used to reassess various aspects of modern living. Despite the pandemics destruction, it did show how we can quickly make adjustments to our society when necessary. The postcard seemed like an appropriate format for inspiration, due to the restrictions and implications of travel at the time. The letters are filled with aspects of society which are becoming hugely problematic and are not being acted upon quickly enough. These are mining (especially coal and other fossil fuels), water pollution, constant production/consumption of products (including planned obsolescence), poverty wages and healthcare, toxic and nuclear waste and government bailouts (particularly for companies which continue to pollute and exploit).
Painting:Acrylic on Paper
Size:16.5 W x 11.7 H x 0.1 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
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Born In Ipswich, Suffolk, 1990 and currently living and working in Norwich, Norfolk. Liam Ashley Clark was selected as a 2019 Bloomberg New Contemporary and included in the Saatchi Art Rising Stars report of the same year. He works largely in painting, drawing and photography, as well as in collage, 3D and more. He also produces large scale murals, works as an illustrator and is a prolific zine maker. His work takes influence from the D.I.Y. cultures and creators of skateboarding, punk, hip-hop and folk scenes and is inspired by a wide spectrum of interests including; politics, society, psychology, current events, youth culture and more. Liam Ashley Clark's work has its roots in skateboarding, street art and folk art, but is also influenced by other contemporary and historical practices, it commonly contains a combination of image and text, a large use of colour and pattern, and often has an injection of humour.
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