Sam Taylor-Johnson signs, dates and numbers each of the edition of one hundred at her studio in LA Sam Taylor-Johnson signs, dates and numbers each of the edition of one hundred at her studio in LA Sam Taylor-Johnson (Sam Taylor-Wood), 'Self-portrait in Single-breasted Suit with Hare', 2014 Sam Taylor-Johnson, 'Crying Men (Philip Seymour Hoffman)', 2004 Sam Taylor-Johnson, 'Bram Stoker (Chair II)', 2005 Sam Taylor-Johnson, 'Self Portrait Suspended', 2004 Sam Taylor-Johnson, 'Escape Artist (In Levis', 2010
Sam Taylor-Johnson

Wanderer Above the Sea of Dreams (2016)

Edition of 100
Twenty six-colour screenprint, solvent-based ink on 410gsm Somerset Tub-Sized paper. Produced by Coriander Studio, London
76 x 60 cm (30 x 23.6 in)
Signed, numbered, and dated by the artist
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Sam Taylor-Johnson, suspended in mid-air by balloons: Wanderer Above the Sea of Dreams draws on the classic motif of Taylor-Johnson’s earlier Self Portrait Suspended series, transposed here onto surreal, dream-like desert setting. Wanderer Above the Sea of Dreams continues Taylor-Johnson’s ongoing exploration of weight and gravity, and marks the prolific artist and filmmaker's first foray into photo collage. In a playful nod to the buoyant energy of the 2016 Olympic host country, the balloons bear the design of the Brazilian flag. Taylor-Johnson shot the craggy desert background on location in the US, giving an American twist to Rio’s iconic Sugarloaf Mountain.

Sam Taylor-Johnson combines elements of still and moving images, frequently exploring the tensions and entanglements arising between people in a closed environment. Often emotionally and spatially disorientating, her highly choreographed scenes bring together a cast of everyday people, close friends, models, and actors. Through highly charged scenarios, her artworks examine our shared social and psychological conditions, and the split between being and appearance.

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