Ackia by Deborah Remington

Ackia by Deborah Remington

Ackia

Deborah Remington

Title

Ackia

 
Artist
Year
1975  
Technique
color screenprint 
Image Size
25 1/8 x 21 3/4" bleed image 
Signature
pencil signed, lower right 
Edition Size
41 of 75  
Annotations
unidentified circular blindstamp in the lower left corner. 
Reference
Smithsonian 1987.73 
Paper
Heavy white wove 
State
published 
Publisher
 
Inventory ID
23053 
Price
$2,500.00 
Description

Deborah Remington printed this screen print with the assistance the NYIT Screen Print Workshop, New York Institute of Technology in an edition of 75 using an enamel ink which sits on the paper like a painting.

An impression of "Ackia" was included in the 2004 exhibition at the National Academy Museum titled: "Contemporary Prints from the Collection of the National Academy Museum."

Deborah Remington made this observation about her imagery:"My work concerns the paradoxes of visual perception, the enigmas and quirks, and how it all forms the basis for our realities. The impact, excitement, and energies created by incongruity, juxtaposition and opposites all interest me.

The images are couched in paradoxical terms and must challenge the mind’s eye, must invoke opposites and hold them in tension. The work at times seems to refer to something in reality, but then the reference is denied. Identity; the fusion of so many experiences, so many inquiries, so many intuitions is also a primary issue.”

 

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