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Potash takes spironolactone - limited edition screen print by Jamie Crewe

£80.00

Jamie Crewe
Potash takes spironolactone, 2017
Exclusive limited edition black and silver screen print.
Limited edition of 50 + 7xAP, sold unframed.
(29.7 x 42cm unframed, paper with a woad wash).

Price: £100 inc. VAT (+shipping)
Christmas discount price: £80 incl. VAT (+ shipping)

Potash takes spironolactone is a drawing which forms part of Jamie Crewe's materials for Potash Lesson, a performance originally shown at the Artists' Moving Image Festival 2016 at Tramway, Glasgow. 

Based on a Leonor Fini illustration from an edition of Monsieur Venus by Rachilde, Crewe has added a peineta and mantilla, tartan garters, a shoe, a syringe, a list of foods which lower testosterone production, and a list of potential side effects of the testosterone blocking drug spironolactone. Rachilde's novel is also a focus of Female Executioner, Jamie's exhibition at Gasworks, and accordingly a wash made from woad, like that seen on the walls of the gallery, has been applied by the artist to the finished print.

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Gasworks regularly produces editions with artists involved in its exhibition and studio programmes. These beautiful and affordable limited edition artworks are generously created for Gasworks in close collaboration with artists. All editions are exclusive to Gasworks and are signed and numbered by the artist. Proceeds from the sale of these works directly support our programme, generating vital funds to ensure that we can continue to support emerging artists to research, develop, make and present new work.