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Print on silk
"Anne Brown in the role of Miranda" is an 18th century English painting by drapery expert Johan Zoffany, who invented a new pictorial movement at the time. The new vogue was to present famous actors and actresses in their theatrical roles. Using this attitude as a starting point, the double piece created in conversation with Lucas Muñoz, plays with the elements of colour, scale, attrezzo and the duality of container and content. The stool and the textile play with the ideas of fake and representation by, in both cases, giving shape to the limits of the unwanted: pixel images or plastic cut outs.
Exhibited in Movimento by Camp Design Gallery in Milan and during Collectible Fair in Brussels.
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