HA'ASOR 12 By Dana Stirling

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HA'ASOR 12 By Dana Stirling

660.00

Medium : Fine Art Giclée Print
Edition Size : 3
Dimensions : 594mm x 420mm
Authentication : Numbered
Shipping : Worldwide
Frame : Available if requested  

'Mirror' & 'Plastic Pink' by Dana Stirling are two of the artworks featured in our 8TH exhibition. 

“My family roots back to England, but I was born in Israel. I was a child on a fence; a daughter to a migrating family. The house within culturally stayed European but outside was the Israeli controversial culture. I always felt a misfitwith my partial incomplete identity; torn apart between parents who have never blended in to the Middle Eastern culture I felt only half belonged too. Over the years I have heard of my parent’s memories and stories. I remember hearing of snow, youth and happiness. Stories of happier days. The stories held on to the memories of time and culture that I wasn’t a part of, and portraits of family members that always remained anonymous to me and their faces where no more distinct than any other person in generic photo album. These stories were supposed to be my heritage. As I grew up I’ve started to question photography’s function as my memory, as my family heritage. My photographic practice chains together straight and still life photography, found footage from my family history and imagery from family albums. Using photography I've conducted an examination of my history. Due to the migration of my family from England to Israel that history discontinued, and therefore I find it hard do consider it as mine. In order to regain my history I’ve appropriated images, along with ones that I have made myself, and edited them into a book titled “cache memory”. The statement that represents the book is the definition of its title – cache memory. The decision to name the book and present it through this definition is handed down as recognition of what is hidden in photographs, coded and read through context; that photographs can unfold memories but not necessarily the same ones that were originally embedded in them.

I’m researching a history that I don’t see as actually mine; Family memories that I am not part of. The images become objects that I use in order to create a new history and memory of my own; people and places as I would like to remember and understand them. I started not only looking for my identity in the old photos but also reflect my feelings from these photos on to the world around me."  – Dana Stirling.

The edition prints are out of 3 and are available through The Lucky Jotter. Each fine art giclée prints is labelled with the edition number and measures 594mm x 420mm. 

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Each fine art print is produced under careful supervision, to the highest standard by Klein Imaging.
Prints are made on a variety of papers from Klein Imaging, including Smooth Rag, which has the luxurious texture of a traditional smooth board and a bright white point, making it the ideal medium for images with fine detail and vivid colour. 

Created in 2005, Klein Imaging, a Hahnemühle certified studio, has built a reputation based its attention to detail, precision printing and exhibition production - attributes. 

Using their 12 archival inks and the large range of fine art papers, each print is put through quality control to make sure each and every print is at the highest standard. 

Klein Imaging has produced award winning work across the the world:
UK: The Lucky Jotter, HOME Mcr, V&A museum, The Photographer Gallery, Hilton Hotels, Grundy Art Gallery, many more
USA: Bruce Silverstein Gallery, Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, BAFTA
Europe: Centre Pompidou and Metz (France), Hasselblad Foundation (Sweden), Musée des Beaux-arts (Switzerland)