Martha Street Studio — ‘The Cock and the Poodle’ - a new edition of balsa wood planes by Daniel Barrow

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‘The Cock and the Poodle’ - a new edition of balsa wood planes by Daniel Barrow


Martha Street Studio is pleased to announce the launch of two new sculptural editions by Sobey award winning artist Daniel Barrow.

'The Cock and the Poodle'

- a new edition of balsa wood planes by Daniel Barrow
two-sided screenprint on laser cut balsa wood
edition of 35, 2015
$450/ each, $800/pair
sold flat or with tabs pre-cut for assembly (instructions included)
 
produced by Martha Street Studio
printed by Andrew Lodwick
laser cut by Sean McLachlan

Winnipeg-born, Montreal-based artist Daniel Barrow works in video, film, print-making and drawing, but is best known for his use of antiquated technologies, his “registered projection” installations, and his narrative overhead projection performances. Barrow describes his performance method as a process of, “creating and adapting comic narratives to manual forms of animation by projecting, layering and manipulating drawings on overhead projectors”.

Barrow has exhibited widely in Canada and abroad. He has performed at The Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), PS1 Contemporary Art Center (New York), The Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles), Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen (2014), The Portland Institute for Contemporary Art’s TBA festival (2009/2013), and the British Film Institute’s London Film Festival (2010). Barrow is the winner of the 2010 Sobey Art Award as well as the recipient of the 2013 Glenfiddich Artist in Residence Prize. He is represented by Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Toronto.

For more infor on Poodle Plane go to our Sales page or click here

For more info on Cock Plane go to our Sales page or  click here

Danie Barrow wishes to thank the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec for financially supporting his residency at Martha Street Studio where this work was created.

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