Jane Benson Hand-Cut Inkjet Print "A Little Ramble"
Jane Benson (English, 20th – 21st century)
A Little Ramble from the series Song for Sebald, 2017
Hand-cut archival inkjet print on paper
An undisclosed number in a limited edition of 30
A hand-cut archival inkjet print on paper titled A Little Ramble from the series Song for Sebald by listed artist Jane Benson. The work depicts a page of the Robert Walser 1914 poem, ‘A Little Ramble’. The poem has been hand-cut to reveal solfège that can then be read as sheet music. The item is presented without a frame. For more information on the series, please refer to the link below.
Jane Benson is a sculptor, performance and visual artist. She is known for her themes of connection and division, the disruption of traditional aesthetic processes, and the fractured nature of geo-political territoriality. Benson often creates new works by “destroying”, fracturing, and manipulating found objects. The artist received her formal art education from Edinburgh College of Art (BFA) and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (MFA). Benson has exhibited extensively in the United States and the United Kingdom, with highlights including MoMA PS1 and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Currently, the artist is based out of Brooklyn and teaches in the Cornell University Department of Art.
This item is being offered to benefit the Contemporary Arts Center.
- minor scratching to the plastic cover.
- measures sheet size.