by Ted Dutch (1928-2008)

This is a world of broken machinery, impossible monuments, flying machines, industrial activity and busy-ness: a realm where the population of astronauts, technicians, signallers and guards wind the cogs and grease the wheels. The structure of these works has emerged from some of the artist’s earliest artistic experiences, primarily those at the age of 12 when sketching the structural innards of bombed buildings in London during the Blitz. However, the prevalence of technology throughout his body of work can only have arisen from Ted’s lifelong fascination with things that tick, whirr and buzz.

Projectionist Price: $1,475
Year: 2007
Media: handmade screenprint on paper, edition of 50
Framed: No
Width: 530mm
Height: 305mm

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