Contemporary artist Oli Epp just released his latest limited edition screen print entitled “Quarantine”. The print measures 90 x 100 cm (image size); 120 x 130 cm (paper size) and comes in an edition of 50 + 5 APs. It is a 27 colour screen print on Somerset satin tub sized 410gsm paper.
“Quarantine” is the largest artwork-size screen print Oli Epp have done to date and the most complex with over 27 individual layers!
“I made this painting at the beginning of lockdown, when images were circulating of people wearing bottles on their heads and other makeshift masks, and even full bodysuits. There was an eccentric sense of hysteria in the air and I wanted to picture that. As the image is remade today for this print, that madness has already settled into the mundane, so it captures a very particular moment. That’s one of the reasons it’s the only painting that I own” said the artist.
Oli Epp is an artist based in London. Deformed, quirky and exuberant figures inhabit his artworks, often staged within theatrical settings. Easy to read at first glance, these hyper-dramatised characters reflect upon our complex relationship to technology and social media.
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