Untitled - Jessica Stockholder, 1995
Serigraph with Chine Colle. Paper: Rives BFK Heavy Weigh. Ink: Acrylic Paint.
29 7/16” x 34 ¼”
Jessica Stockholder’s editions relate to her 1989 piece, Mixing Food with the Bed. Disparate materials made odd connections: a wall built of old brick, a raw wood railing rose like stairs, a slash in the floor revealed the basement, a slab of grey concrete with human hair imbedded in it, discarded stoves, washing machines, refrigerators, all turned on their sides, panels of styrofoam painted bright green.
Walls, floor, ceiling and appliances were joined by a painted swath of hot orange. A bathtub, jutting from the brick wall, was a glistening turquoise. And a plushy lavender cloth, draped over a papier-mâché form, hung from the ceiling.
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