The Project Twins - Sharp Object
- Laser-cut Woodblock Prints on Japanese Kawashi Paper
- 600mm X 800mm
- Edition of 10
About The Show
Bláth, Bláth, Bláth presents a series of woodcuts prints, metal sculptural pieces and a woven tapestry, all centred around the flower motif, a universal symbol of beauty and nature. Exploring the interplay between the natural environment and the digital age, awkward and wonky flower shapes are combined with the language of emojis, computer graphics and digital iconography, creating playful sense of anxiety or tension.
The series of prints are made using separate laser-cut wood pieces which are inked and put back together, almost like a jigsaw, before printing. These are accompanied by 5 laser-cut flower sculptures in a stark black, almost like silhouettes or papercuts. The work explores the combination of digital aesthetics and analogue production techniques.
About the Artists
The Project Twins are James and Michael Fitzgerald, a Cork based collaborative art duo. Their practice is multi-disciplinary, spanning painting, print-making, design, illustration and three-dimensional work.
Their work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, with works held in several public art collections. They have also completed a number of large scale public and private art commissions.
Alongside their fine art practice they regularly produce editorial illustrations for an array of international newspapers and publications. Their work has appeared in The Guardian, The New York Times, TIME and The Economist amongst others.
They are interested in the crossover of disciplines and how they can influence and inform each other.