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 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, Crewe'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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