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Roni Horn limited edition print 1025U
Roni Horn limited edition print 1025U
Roni Horn

Untitled (To Nest) (2001)

Edition of 100
Digital ink jet print on Arches Aquarelle paper using an IXIA printer and Equipoise ink set. Produced by David Adamson, Washington D.C.
40 x 61cm (16 x 26 in)
Signed, dated and numbered by the artist on verso.
$1,000

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Whether photographing the ever-changing surfaces of the river Thames, the geo-thermal pools that bring Iceland's volcanic interior to the surface, or a single egg in a nest, Horn's photographs function somewhere between empirical record and drawing. For her, the camera is more than simply a means of transcribing the surface detail and texture of things. It also draws our attention to what is overlooked, creating a mental double-take of the visible world.
Since 1975, Roni Horn has been making frequent trips to Iceland where she finds inspiration and a solitude largely absent from a life in New York. Horn is best known for introducing the personal to minimalist sculpture. Her three-dimensional works take the form of poetic fragments culled from the likes of Wallace Stevens or Emily Dickinson, then embedded in obdurate blocks of machine-finished aluminium. In Iceland, she finds many of the same tensions that animate her fabricated sculpture.