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    Silkscreen on green paper

    50 x 70 cm

    Edition of 15 (edition no. 5,6,7,8,9,10)

    Signed, dated and numbered on the reverse



    KONSORTIUM – Lars Breuer / Sebastian Freytag / Guido Münch



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    The art practice of KONSORTIUM is based on a dialogue between the three collaborating artists. It refers to history of art and reflects various threads of art expressions. Especially the roots of modernism has a deep impact on the work of KONSORTIUM. In their complex installations they draw on sources like the monochrome and abstract painting, but also the figurative or pattern like. KONSORTIUM works text orientated and film based. The combination of different elements, the clash of heterogeneity, the collapse of sense and the hush of interpretation is intended in their practice and goal of their activities. Hereby the space and its history provides the important possibility for order and a coherent total.

    Besides their collective projects Lars Breuer, Sebastian Freytag and Guido Münch, the three artists of Konsortium, are working on their individual careers.



    A Block of Council Flats Imagined By Way of The MiniDisc Logo


    A Block of Council Flats Imagined By Way of The MiniDisc Logo

    21 x 29.7 cm (A4), Silkscreen print on archival paper, signed and dated, 2015

    Edition of 100 + 3 A/P

    Commission by KARST

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    Heman Chong is an artist based in Singapore. He received his M.A in Communication Art & Design from The Royal College of Art, London in 2002. His work is located at the intersection between image, performance, situations and writing. He is interested in interrogating the functions of producing narratives in our everyday lives. 



    Anjin 1600: Edo Wonderpark (Village)


    Anjin 1600: Edo Wonderpark (Village)

    21 x 29.7 cm (A4),

    Giclee print on archival paper, signed and dated, 2015

    Edition of 30

    £350 Unframed

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    David Blandy (born 1976) is a British artist. He was educated at the Slade School of Fine Art and the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London. Blandy produces video, performances and comics that deal with his problematic relationship with popular culture, highlighting the slippage and tension between fantasy and reality in everyday life. Either as a white man mouthing the words to the underground soul classic “Is it because I’m black” in ‘hollow bones’ (2001), or being taught how to make art by the deceased martial arts star Bruce Lee in ‘emotional content’ (2003), Blandy searches for his cultural position in the world. His work humorously asks the difficult question of just how much the self is formed by the mass-media of records, films and television, and whether he has an identity outside that.


  • ATOI

    Ruin Render, 2014

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    Ruin Render

    21 x 29.7 cm (A4),

    Mixed Media on Photographic Paper, Hand Painted Edition, 2014

    Edition of 25


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    Amy Thomas Irvine (b.1986, Manchester) & Oliver Thomas Irvine (b.1986, Portstewart, N.Ireland) are a collaborative duo that work in sculpture, photography, film and manipulated live charged scenarios, often utilising and working with external workforces, such as: MMA professionals, quarry workers, demolition company's, stone masons, models and animals. Within these works with external collaborators, they form a relationship between hyper realistic situations and elaborated, minimalist constructed scenarios, which resultantly merges social contexts, politics and poetics together.



    from Disappearing


    from Disappearing

    29.7x42cm (A3)

    Archival print on Fine Art Paper, with unique hand additions, signed and numbered.

    Edition of 30


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    The original text, Disappearing, was written in May/June 1987, and was included as the third of four sections in the book no title (Potes & Poets, 1991). Disappearing was subsequently translated into a wall installation work at the Cabinet Gallery, London, in February/March 1992 under the title Sliced & Disappearing, the text being reproduced, multiplied, enlarged, and glued to the gallery walls before being further adapted and notated with pencils, crayons and light. That exhibition was recreated 20 years later in October through December 2012 as one part of the show, In the disappearing mist, the gift whispers, at the Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, where it was given further form in another gallery space, the additions and notations reflecting the passage of time. The whole work and its various bids to keep re-appearing will become the focus of a book, Disappearing Curtains, to be published by Slim Volume in May 2016.

    The image for this print is taken from a photograph of a section of one wall, and will be the only image extracted from the Focal Point Gallery work. Each copy of the print has unique additions, made by hand, before being signed and numbered.


    Joey Holder: 'The Evolution of the Spermalege'



    'The Evolution of the Spermalege'

    3D printed model of the penis of a Callosobruchus analis (Bean Weevil) insect

    Edition of 25, Signed and Number by the Artist



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    Joey Holder, lives and works in London.
    Holder received her BA from Kingston University and her MFA from Goldsmiths. Recent solo/duo exhibitions include Lament of Ur, Karst, Plymouth (w/ Viktor Timofeev); BioStat., Project Native Informant, London (2015) and HYDROZOAN, The Royal Standard, Liverpool (2014). Recent group exhibitions include The Uncanny Valley, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge (2015); Sunscreen, online and at Venice Biennale (2015); A Plague of Diagrams, ICA, London (2015), #WEC - Whole Earth Catalyst, The Composing Rooms, Berlin (2015); h y p e r s a l o n, Art Basel Miami, (2014); Vestige: The Future is Here, Design Museum, London (2013) and Multinatural Histories, Harvard Museum of Natural History, Massachusetts, USA (2013). Upcoming exhibitions include projects at LD50 and ANDOR Gallery, both in London.


  • Limited Edition Tote Bags

    Choice of 3 Designs

    Designed by KARST

    Edition 30 of each colour - SOLD OUT


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