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The last piece by Elizabeth Croft for December and the 2020 MOCA London WEElizabeth CroftDesire Stacks: Space JunkHand-c...
28/12/2020

The last piece by Elizabeth Croft for December and the 2020 MOCA London WE

Elizabeth Croft
Desire Stacks: Space Junk
Hand-cut collage, scanned at high-resolution, printed using the highest quality pigment inks and archival quality paper.
A2 size
Limited edition of 50

@liz_croft
www.moca.london/we_elizabethcroft
@sundero_gallery

See all MOCALONDONWE: https://www.moca.london/webexhibitions

Elizabeth Croft3D Collage: Dress Weed​Photographic print of 3D collage.Print size 38cm x 27.5 cm (inner passepartout siz...
21/12/2020

Elizabeth Croft
3D Collage: Dress Weed
​Photographic print of 3D collage.
Print size 38cm x 27.5 cm
(inner passepartout size 40 x 30 cm)
signed and numbered.

"Images cut from magazines are combined with objects found in nature and composed in a shadow box. A photograph is taken and the composition is then taken apart. All that remains is a photographic print"

@liz_croft
www.moca.london/we_elizabethcroft
@sundero_gallery

See all MOCALONDONWE : https://www.moca.london/webexhibitions

Elizabeth Croft3D Collage: Shadow Box Dog​Photographic print of 3D collage.Print size 38cm x 27.5 cm (inner passepartout...
16/12/2020

Elizabeth Croft
3D Collage: Shadow Box Dog
​Photographic print of 3D collage.
Print size 38cm x 27.5 cm
(inner passepartout size 40 x 30 cm)
signed and numbered.

"Images cut from magazines are combined with objects found in nature and composed in a shadow box. A photograph is taken and the composition is then taken apart. All that remains is a photographic print"

@liz_croft
www.moca.london/we_elizabethcroft
@sundero_gallery

See all MOCALONDONWE : https://www.moca.london/webexhibitions

Elizabeth Croft3D Collage: Crow Lamp​Photographic print of 3D collage.Print size 38cm x 27.5 cm (inner passepartout size...
14/12/2020

Elizabeth Croft
3D Collage: Crow Lamp
​Photographic print of 3D collage.
Print size 38cm x 27.5 cm
(inner passepartout size 40 x 30 cm)
signed and numbered.

"Images cut from magazines are combined with objects found in nature and composed in a shadow box. A photograph is taken and the composition is then taken apart. All that remains is a photographic print"

@liz_croft
www.moca.london/we_elizabethcroft
@sundero_gallery

See all MOCALONDONWE : https://www.moca.london/webexhibitions

Elizabeth Croft3D Collage: Concrete Moon​Photographic print of 3D collage.Print size 38cm x 27.5 cm (inner passepartout ...
09/12/2020

Elizabeth Croft
3D Collage: Concrete Moon
​Photographic print of 3D collage.
Print size 38cm x 27.5 cm
(inner passepartout size 40 x 30 cm)
signed and numbered.

"Images cut from magazines are combined with objects found in nature and composed in a shadow box. A photograph is taken and the composition is then taken apart. All that remains is a photographic print"

@liz_croft
www.moca.london/we_elizabethcroft
@sundero_gallery

See all MOCALONDONWE: https://www.moca.london/webexhibitions.html

Elizabeth Croft3D Collage: Pink Cat​Photographic print of 3D collage.Print size 38cm x 27.5 cm (inner passepartout size ...
07/12/2020

Elizabeth Croft
3D Collage: Pink Cat
​Photographic print of 3D collage.
Print size 38cm x 27.5 cm
(inner passepartout size 40 x 30 cm)
signed and numbered.

"Images cut from magazines are combined with objects found in nature and composed in a shadow box. A photograph is taken and the composition is then taken apart. All that remains is a photographic print"

@liz_croft
www.moca.london/we_elizabethcroft
@sundero_gallery

See all MOCALONDONWE: https://www.moca.london/webexhibitions.html

For the month of December, Elizabeth Croft is hosting our MOCA London web exhibitions.Elizabeth Croft3D Collage: Basket ...
01/12/2020

For the month of December, Elizabeth Croft is hosting our MOCA London web exhibitions.

Elizabeth Croft
3D Collage: Basket Chair
​Photographic print of 3D collage.
Print size 38cm x 27.5 cm
(inner passepartout size 40 x 30 cm)
Edition of 20
signed and numbered

"Images cut from magazines are combined with objects found in nature and composed in a shadow box. A photograph is taken and the composition is then taken apart. All that remains is a photographic print"

@liz_croft
www.moca.london/we_elizabethcroft

To see all MOCALONDONWE 2020: www.moca.london/webexhibitions

The last piece by Reena Saini Kallat for November 2020MOCA London WE Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecotones 2 (The Colorado...
27/11/2020

The last piece by Reena Saini Kallat for November 2020
MOCA London WE

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Colorado River)
2019 [Details].
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecotones 2 (The Teesta River)2019 [Details]Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte. @re...
25/11/2020

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Teesta River)
2019 [Details]
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecotones 2 (The Nile River)2019 [Details]. Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte. @re...
23/11/2020

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Nile River)
2019 [Details].
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecotones 2 (The Colorado River)2019 [Details].Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte. ...
20/11/2020

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Colorado River)
2019 [Details].
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecotones 2 (The Teesta River)2019 [Details]Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte. @re...
18/11/2020

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Teesta River)
2019 [Details]
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecotones 2 (The Nile River)2019 [Details]. Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte. @re...
16/11/2020

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Nile River)
2019 [Details].
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecotones 2 (The Colorado River)2019 [Details].Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte. ...
13/11/2020

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Colorado River)
2019 [Details].
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

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Drawing in my smartphone Samsung A6060 and Adobe Draw all artworks. Enjoy it. All these digital artworks are drawn on my phone with my finger. Here there are 7 but I have more than 200. I am Ojolagrimas in instagram, facebook, tumblr, twitter. You can see my website ojolagrimas.com. I have many printed and framed like a painting. Welcome to the Digital Minimalism of Ojolagrimas. Enjoy it.