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The human knot - Limited Edition of 5 Print

Barbara Kuebel

United Kingdom

Printmaking, Linocuts on Paper

Size: 56 W x 62 H x 0.5 D in

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About The Artwork

I am interested in human emotion and behaviour in defined spacial dimensions such as a given volume or a given area. I am also interested in behaviour that evolves from group situations or boundaries in the head in relation to a possible shared reaction or unexpected change within such situations. The human knot defines a totally artificial construct of an assemblage of bodies. These bodies are not specifically human but change shape and dimension in relation to fluid proportion. The composition is also inspired by the problem of how a tight knot can be openend and how one tries to give space and loosen the ends of a string or rope and simultaneously needs to reduce lengths on other sides.

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Printmaking:Linocuts on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:5

Size:56 W x 62 H x 0.5 D in

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My works are inspired by a very personal perception of situations. I create live sized figures in monochrome colours to reduce myself to what counts and what is necessary. The line is the most important carrier of information and I use my cutting tools for the woodcuts the same way I would use a pencil. When talking about the practical background I stress that I am inspired by sculpturing and I compare woodcut the way I do it as THE printing technique which is closest to three-dimensional art. The subject matter starts from the idea of a knot, where two parts can be combined to a construct in endless ways. The area of the wood for that reason is mostly constant - I also reduce myself in this sense to a defined unit.

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