| Lisa Holden |
Chromogenic print on Fuji Crystal Archive
in Diasec mount
46-1/2 x 32 in. (1181 x 813 mm)
In an edition of three, plus two artist's proofs. Crating and shipping is additional.Lisa Holden is a British-born artist based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Her earlier visual work explores notions of the self as a series of estranged identities-guises adopted and appropriated, and dependent upon context. She combines digital imagery with hand-painted layers to create 'parallel realities', referring to the exploration of displacement, adoption and the reinvention of identity as a necessity for survival. Holden's large-scale, 'digitally flawed' painting-photographs interpret and react to our super-fast-paced, technologically driven society. The result is the artist's depiction of a psychological spiral into more personal fracturing of identity, multiple transformations, and a more isolated self and society. New works clearly bear the stamp of Holden's recent interest in Victorian painting and literature in which richly colored fantasies and hallucinations were often opiate-engendered. These influences manifest themselves in images of actual dreamscapes she recalls on waking--in other words, instinctual wishes of a body and mind desiring to get out.See: Alex Novak, For the Love of the Image: A Selection of 110 Photographs, p.108, pl.110; Laura Noble, Lisa Holden: Selected Work, front cover and n.p.
Price: $8,000 (ref. 13902)