More Sex, More Violence, More Copyright Violation! (Limited Edition Print, 2012)
Two colour silkscreen, printed by K2 Screen Ltd. on Somerset 410gsm, designed by James Brook
420 x 440mm
Edition of 50
Signed and numbered by the artist
Standard Price £90
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This special edition was published on occasion of Book Works’ Again, A Time Machine programme and launched on 20 May 2012 at A Night of Psychedelic Noir at SPACE Studios, 129-131 Mare St, Hackney, London E8 3RH.
About the work:
Why does the art world hypocritically promote female creative talent but simultaneously fail to accord women artists the respect given to their male counterparts? Why are women so under-represented in top curatorial posts? Just what has happened to the feminist movement? Why wouldn’t a man feature himself in his artwork? Why does Barbara Kruger own declarative captions? Why not more sex, more violence and more copyright violation?
About the artist:
Stewart Home is the author of more books than he can remember writing. He was born in Wimbledon (London) in 1962 and last lived south of the river in Kennington in 1984. Since then he has spent a lot of time in the London boroughs of Hackney, Tower Hamlets and Islington. Home started doing music reviews as a teenager to get free records and onto gig guest lists. After trying his hand at factory work and art-class modelling, he settled down to life on the dole, and when he wasn’t watching exploitation movies spent much of his time reading and eventually writing books.
His work to date includes the novels Pure Mania, Defiant Pose, Red London, Blow Job, Slow Death, Come Before Christ & Murder Love, Cunt, Whips & Furs, 69 Things To Do With A Dead Princess, Down & Out In Shoreditch & Hoxton, Tainted Love, Memphis Underground, Blood Rites Of The Bourgeoisie, Mandy Charlie & Mary-Jane, The 9 Lives Of Ray The Cat Jones and She’s My Witch.
Stewart Home is also a visual artist with work held in institutions such as the Arts Council Collection and National Art Library.
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