This series of work began with the double images I refer to as The Illness Apprentice I, II, III and IV, where I photograph multiple parts of me and situate them together like Siamese twins in a way to extract one from the other in an endless circle. The actual double-imaged self-portrait has transformed into a single portrait with multiple personalities. The process re-enforces the ambiguity of the character by disconnecting it from a particular time and placing it in a more theatrical location, thus creating endless interpretations though remaining a dueling self.
This image was created in many parts, from digital to tangible then back again and again.
Pigment Inkjet Print for this listing 8x10 limited edition of 100. You will receive no. 4/100
Ready to frame. Signed and numbered by artist versl.
Printed on Hahnemulhle german etching, archival pigment inkjet. Printing by www.stockbridgefineartprint.com
Larger sizes have smaller editions. Largest sizes for shows are framed in antique frames. (unless unwanted)
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