Trainrail Print Vincent de Boer
Trainrail Print Vincent de Boer
Trainrail Print Vincent de Boer
Trainrail Print Vincent de Boer
Trainrail Print Vincent de Boer
Trainrail Print Vincent de Boer
Trainrail Print Vincent de Boer
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Dimensions: 28 x 20 Inches / 70 x 50 cm

Medium: Hand pulled 3-colour silkscreen print on 300gsm archival paper

Provenance: Hand-signed and Embossed by the artist. Comes with original artist Certificate of Authenticity.

Edition: Limited Edition of 50 (#15/50)

Year: 2022

Condition: Excellent



ARTIST BIO


"As a painter and craftsman, Vincent de Boer seeks for poetry and nuances in the calligraphic line. He explores the limits of language by asking the question: can you tell a complete story in a single letter? A universe that opens up in one line? Driven by a fascination for the traces left after making a movement, Vincent explores his self-imposed technical challenges. While calligraphy is primarily known as a textual tool, Vincent is more interested in the mystical contradictions hidden within it, such as the depth of a flat surface, transcendental time and elusive tactility.

When drawing a line in ink, a separation occurs. The black ink splits the white paper in two. What you create - a black line -, is as important as what you don't create: the white space surrounding it. Calligraphy and its artistic process thus become universal metaphors for permanence and the lack thereof: the effect of an action is irreversible. A line creates opposition and demands a choice: left or right, yes or no, one or zero. However, the line also shows that much is possible between two extremes; the energy with which the line is drawn makes all the difference. Today's visual culture hardly requires imagination: most of it is instant and obvious, without room for ambiguity or nuance. But what happens between the ones and zeros? In the act of a split second, an entire story unfolds in black and white." - https://vincentdeboer.cargo.site/home