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Chris Doyle

Park, 2017

Sculpture: Glass vitrine, iPad mini, and HD digital animation
$14,000
Location
San Francisco
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Catharine Clark Gallery
San Francisco

Sculpture: 3 1/2 x 12 x 12 inches
Glass vitrine: 12 x 12 x 17 inches

Medium
Video/Film/Animation
Chris Doyle
American, b. 1959
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Chris Doyle is a multidisciplinary artist whose projects encompass watercolor, performance, animation, projection, installation, and public art. Many of his works deal with themes of global technology and its relationship to waste and destruction. Doyle, who received his graduate degree in architecture, arrived at his current practice in 2009, when he “was thinking about landscape in general—the landscape of trash.” In his animations and films, spaces and images morph into others sometimes along narrative progressions; the grim subjects and themes of Doyle’s work are wrapped in deceptively bright colors and the joviality of a cartoon-like appearance. Among his best-known works is a series of multi-sensory works inspired by Thomas Cole’s The Course of the Empire, which traces the rise and fall of a civilization.

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Catharine Clark Gallery
San Francisco

Sculpture: 3 1/2 x 12 x 12 inches
Glass vitrine: 12 x 12 x 17 inches

Medium
Video/Film/Animation
Chris Doyle
American, b. 1959
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Chris Doyle is a multidisciplinary artist whose projects encompass watercolor, performance, animation, projection, installation, and public art. Many of his works deal with themes of global technology and its relationship to waste and destruction. Doyle, who received his graduate degree in architecture, arrived at his current practice in 2009, when he “was thinking about landscape in general—the landscape of trash.” In his animations and films, spaces and images morph into others sometimes along narrative progressions; the grim subjects and themes of Doyle’s work are wrapped in deceptively bright colors and the joviality of a cartoon-like appearance. Among his best-known works is a series of multi-sensory works inspired by Thomas Cole’s The Course of the Empire, which traces the rise and fall of a civilization.

Chris Doyle

Park, 2017

Sculpture: Glass vitrine, iPad mini, and HD digital animation
$14,000
Location
San Francisco
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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