Nicky Sparre-Ulrich - Hypnogogia 24
· 2500 DKK / Apx. 335 EUR
· 28,8 x 41,6 cm
· Year 2014
· Signed on the back
· A Unique work on paper constructed by multiple layers of images and printing techniques: Ink jet print, screen print, copper etching, lithography, spray, acrylics.
Please note that the price do not include framing, however we would be happy to arrange it for you. We recommend a handcrafted box frame with UV glass.
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This artwork is available for shipping everywhere. But if you wish to buy it framed, then shipping is only available in Denmark.
You can always pick up your order at Limited Works, Blågårdsgade 11.B, 2200 Copenhagen. Use the code “PICKUP” at check out, to avoid the shipping fee.
ABOUT THE WORK
Inspired by the trance-like state one can fall into while looking at images, Danish artist Nicky Sparre-Ulrich has created a new art edition titled Hypnagogia*. Comprised of a series of unique works on paper constructed by multiple layers of images and printing techniques - digital and handcrafted alike. In these works the artist explores the state between reality and dream through the pictorial and aesthetically space between figuration and abstraction.
*Hypnagogia is the transitional state from wakefulness to sleep – a ‘grey zone state of consciousness’ often seen as the bridge between reality and dream.
Limited Works and Nicky Sparre-Ulrich has immortalized 44 works from the Hypnogogia series in a book (limited edition of 100 hand numbered copies) You can buy it HERE
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Nicky Sparre-Ulrich (born in Copenhagen, Denmark, 1986) graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2017. He works within a variety of graphic media. By working with layers he mimics the passing of time and the mixing of different cultural currents. From our modern pictorial language to ancient tribal imagery his works look back through time into oblivion to try and make out the beginnings of our culture and where we come from.
The artist lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.