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Cliff Evans

The Road to Mount Weather  - multiple, 2008

Digital print, video still, signed and editioned multiple
17 1/4 × 12 3/4 in
43.8 × 32.4 cm
Editions 35-200 of 200 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
$100
location
Bethesda, Washington, WASHINGTON
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This print/multiple was produced as a partner collectible to Cliff Evans video, "The Road to …

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This print/multiple was produced as a partner collectible to Cliff Evans video, "The Road to Mt. Weather" (2006).

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Cliff Evans
Cliff Evans
Australian-American, b. 1977
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Cliff Evans’ digital animations and photomontages are combinations of thousands of images culled from the internet, which simultaneously recall 15th-century Northern European altarpieces, Old Masters paintings, and the narratives of contemporary advertising and popular culture. He often relies on humor to investigate the relationship between power and population control, particularly through the use of absurd juxtapositions—wellness tourism and missionary practice alongside military attacks, for instance. These continuously looping animations are set to original soundtracks and function as immersive experiences too detailed to be absorbed in a single viewing.

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This print/multiple was produced as a partner collectible to Cliff Evans video, "The Road to …

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This print/multiple was produced as a partner collectible to Cliff Evans video, "The Road to Mt. Weather" (2006).

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Signed on LR
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Artist
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Cliff Evans
Cliff Evans
Australian-American, b. 1977
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Cliff Evans’ digital animations and photomontages are combinations of thousands of images culled from the internet, which simultaneously recall 15th-century Northern European altarpieces, Old Masters paintings, and the narratives of contemporary advertising and popular culture. He often relies on humor to investigate the relationship between power and population control, particularly through the use of absurd juxtapositions—wellness tourism and missionary practice alongside military attacks, for instance. These continuously looping animations are set to original soundtracks and function as immersive experiences too detailed to be absorbed in a single viewing.

Cliff Evans

The Road to Mount Weather  - multiple, 2008

Digital print, video still, signed and editioned multiple
17 1/4 × 12 3/4 in
43.8 × 32.4 cm
Editions 35-200 of 200 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
$100
location
Bethesda, Washington, WASHINGTON
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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