36 Frames (String),
object, 35 mm photographic film, film canister, 138.5 x 3.5 cm. /54.5 x 1.4
inches, edition 12, signed and numbered certificate, 2013
long is a piece of string? There is an implicate understanding that the answer
will be difficult to find in her typical deadpan manner Ceal Floyer proposes
the length of 36 frames of film. A conundrum, since we know standard 35mm
photographic film comes as 36 frames. Floyer turns the original problem on its
head, giving us a very concrete solution and leaving all questions unanswered.
Egg/Chicken, multiple, mixed media, paper: ca. 500, edition 12, signed and numbered, 2005
please contact gallery for price
Corner, trimmed and cushion-mounted archival inkjet print, paper/mount size 42.2 x 49 cm., image size 25.4 x 33.9 cm., edition 50, signed and numbered, 2009
CEAL FLOYER / AKIRA RABELAIS
A.M. Station Los Angeles
Notice: every release contains a 12 record & an art edition and is limited to 100 copies. The intention is to let musicians and artists (in)directly collaborate. The result is a true audiovisual experience from some of the most exciting contemporary artists and musicians of today.