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Nick Gentry

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Rhino: fibreglass rhino (fire retardant) with internal armature Finish: CD data dust in resin (Over 500 CDs were used in the making of it)
57 9/10 × 74 4/5 × 23 3/5 in
147 × 190 × 60 cm
This is a unique work.
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Tusk Benefit Auction

Drawing upon recycled and obsolete technological materials as the grounds for his paintings, …

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Drawing upon recycled and obsolete technological materials as the grounds for his paintings, Nicholas Gentry creates a conversation between digital and analogue processes. Gentry constructs his painting supports out of materials such as compact disks, film negatives, X-rays, VHS cassettes and floppy disks.
"The …

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Nick Gentry
British, b. 1980
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Drawing on recycled and obsolete technological materials as the grounds for his paintings, …

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Drawing on recycled and obsolete technological materials as the grounds for his paintings, London-based artist Nick Gentry creates a conversation between digital and analog processes. Gentry constructs his painting supports out of materials such as 35mm film negatives, VHS cassettes, X-ray prints, and floppy discs. …

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About the work
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Tusk Benefit Auction

Drawing upon recycled and obsolete technological materials as the grounds for his paintings, …

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Drawing upon recycled and obsolete technological materials as the grounds for his paintings, Nicholas Gentry creates a conversation between digital and analogue processes. Gentry constructs his painting supports out of materials such as compact disks, film negatives, X-rays, VHS cassettes and floppy disks.
"The …

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Signed
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Courtesy of the artist and Tusk.
Nick Gentry
British, b. 1980
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Drawing on recycled and obsolete technological materials as the grounds for his paintings, …

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Drawing on recycled and obsolete technological materials as the grounds for his paintings, London-based artist Nick Gentry creates a conversation between digital and analog processes. Gentry constructs his painting supports out of materials such as 35mm film negatives, VHS cassettes, X-ray prints, and floppy discs. …

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Nick Gentry

Save, 2018

Rhino: fibreglass rhino (fire retardant) with internal armature Finish: CD data dust in resin (Over 500 CDs were used in the making of it)
57 9/10 × 74 4/5 × 23 3/5 in
147 × 190 × 60 cm
This is a unique work.
Bidding closed
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