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Jessica Rankin

Readable but Dishonest, 2014

Ink and collage on paper
5 1/2 × 8 1/2 in
14 × 21.6 cm
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About the work

Estimated retail value: $1,500

Jessica Rankin, who considers herself a landscape artist, creates …

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Estimated retail value: $1,500

Jessica Rankin, who considers herself a landscape artist, creates gauzy works that could depict memory maps, the human mind, or the night sky. Readable but Dishonest is both a variation on her signature dotted skyscape and an allusion to the process of interpretation, which is integral …

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Jessica Rankin
Australian, b. 1971
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Using embroidery and needlework on diaphanous panels of organdy, Jessica Rankin creates expansive …

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Using embroidery and needlework on diaphanous panels of organdy, Jessica Rankin creates expansive maps of landscapes and the night sky dotted with codes, signs, and symbols that refer to the processes of memory, intuition, and interpretation. Though she states, “in many ways I think I’m a landscape artist,” Rankin’s …

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About the work

Estimated retail value: $1,500

Jessica Rankin, who considers herself a landscape artist, creates …

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Estimated retail value: $1,500

Jessica Rankin, who considers herself a landscape artist, creates gauzy works that could depict memory maps, the human mind, or the night sky. Readable but Dishonest is both a variation on her signature dotted skyscape and an allusion to the process of interpretation, which is integral …

Read more
Signature
Yes
Jessica Rankin
Australian, b. 1971
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Using embroidery and needlework on diaphanous panels of organdy, Jessica Rankin creates expansive …

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Using embroidery and needlework on diaphanous panels of organdy, Jessica Rankin creates expansive maps of landscapes and the night sky dotted with codes, signs, and symbols that refer to the processes of memory, intuition, and interpretation. Though she states, “in many ways I think I’m a landscape artist,” Rankin’s …

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Jessica Rankin

Readable but Dishonest, 2014

Ink and collage on paper
5 1/2 × 8 1/2 in
14 × 21.6 cm
Bidding closed