DIMENSIONS 17" x 22" MEDIUM archival pigment print on paper
Limited edition of 50
Accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed and numbered by the artist
ABOUT THE WORK
Slater Bradley's print conflates the famous line from Wes Anderson's "Rushmore"("She was my Rushmore") and Chris Marker's 1962 sci-fi masterpiece"La Jet’e," in which the main character is haunted by the face of a woman his whole life only to discover that she is the final image he sees before he dies. As the narrator notes in Marker's film, "Nothing distinguishes memories from ordinary moments. Only later do they become memorable by the scars they leave."
Framing options are black or white painted wood, ⅞” wide flat face and ⅞” deep, with UV acrylic glass. Prints are framed edge to edge.
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