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Dan Shaw-Town

Untitled, 2012

Graphite and spray enamel on paper with steel grommets
50 × 38 in
127 × 96.5 cm
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About the work

“A large part of my process is concerned with creating a ‘surface’,” says Shaw-Town, an artist …

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“A large part of my process is concerned with creating a ‘surface’,” says Shaw-Town, an artist known best for his graphite works in two and three dimensions. “A physical or repetitive process of mark making, an entropic cycle of creating whilst, at the same time, erasing and ultimately changing.”

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“A large part of my process is concerned with creating a ‘surface’,” says Shaw-Town, an artist …

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“A large part of my process is concerned with creating a ‘surface’,” says Shaw-Town, an artist known best for his graphite works in two and three dimensions. “A physical or repetitive process of mark making, an entropic cycle of creating whilst, at the same time, erasing and ultimately changing.”

Image rights
Courtesy of the artist and Room East

Dan Shaw-Town

Untitled, 2012

Graphite and spray enamel on paper with steel grommets
50 × 38 in
127 × 96.5 cm
Bidding closed