Memory of a Painting Which No Longer Exists

The final result of exploration into the theme of Absence, a photocopy of a photocopy of a photo of the painting printed on a black and white printer, deliberately using an off centre poor quality image, with blurred lines.

Each layer of production increases the sense of distance from the paint on the wall.  With each stage of removal the painting becomes less and less shared reality, and more and more individual memory.  For this reason each viewer is given their own uniquely flawed image.

The painting which was on the wall is now invisible, underneath a layer of Leyland Trade Vinyl Matt Emulsion, High Opacity Wipeable and Brilliant White.

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