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Photography: Digital, Manipulated, Limited Edition Print, Photo, New Media on Paper.
Available as Limited Edition Print:
Saatchi print edition of 20. Options as per the drop downs. Saatchi website describes these as open edition prints but I will only make 20 available.
Medium Edition of 15 at 70 x 70cm on archival Hahnemühle Photo Pearl paper, 310gsm, bright white pearl finish.
Large Edition of 15 at 100 x 100cm on archival Hahnemühle Photo Pearl paper, 310gsm, bright white pearl finish.
Museum Edition of 3 at 1250 x 1300cm + 2 AP.
Please contact artist for details www.traceyfalcon.co.uk
Unlocked (the seventh) shows the things I can’t easily access that have to be fought for through layers of need and new priority. It preferences spines, legs and medication symbolised by toadstools and yew trees also representing mortality. All veiling and constraining the nature I am desperate to connect with. Rose tinted.
I had been making work from newspaper for almost 20 years and then, in October 2018, I had a spinal injury and I could no longer walk.
I went into lockdown way before most people had even heard of the word and so did my art practice. I lost confidence and direction and wasn’t sure how to reignite it.
Mid way through the Covid19 lockdown that changed. I loved that lockdown. Cosy at home with my son not needing to try to fit in with the manic world. Not needing to find a route via wheelchair for something resembling a new normality and not the new normal the world talked of. I began to make work again. Perhaps the pressure being taken off was what released me. Whatever it was I am grateful. I am, once again, part of a community of artists. I am out of isolation.
Eye level is different for everyone so perspectives aren’t ever the same. As a new wheelchair user my eye level has literally given me new horizons. Sometimes this is good, I’m not going to fall over so I look up more at the sky and trees. Sometimes, less desirable, in a crowded room or street I am often at groin or buttock level.
This series of digital collages are made on photoshop using photographs I have taken on my phone. They show things I can’t easily access, explored through layers of need and new priority.
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