seaside postcards (Junket, 2010)

These one-off postcards were made as part of the large-scale installation Junket (Exeter, 2010 – more info below), and displayed as a set on a rotating postcard stand. They are a combination of found postcards of old masters, and found photographs (all from the site as usual), weathered and treated. The postcards are all unwritten on the back, just printed with information about the (original) image (e.g. Mona Lisa, Le Louvre).

mixed media, 2010, series of 20 different unique cards (5 of which in white plastic frames), average dimension: A6.

 

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