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Medium: Archival Pigment print
Size: 100cm x 100cm
Signed and numbered
Certificate of Authenticity
(Yesterday the world changed)
The characters here stand on the precipice of change, wondering how to proceed. They can go left, they can go right. This series has a political edge, but I guess I don’t have to explain that, in a world where everything is a choice between left and right.
The characters really are you and I. Or you or I. We are not unified, even in our love. We may love family, but vehemently disagree with where we’re coming from. I didn’t make that up.
When I was a child I fell in love with a hamster, and a fish. Both died prematurely. Perhaps my art is expressing a deep desire to bring them back to life, to have just one more day of friendship and fun. Pictures can, and should, be eternal. Like tar on a road, the paint dries enough to allow us to safely pass over it.
But unlike roads where potholes eventually form, the surface of a well-primed canvas stays the same forever
Fringe has used imagery from the mass media, from digital media, and from cartoons to movie culture, to produce Fringe paintings on canvas, figurative plastic and bronze sculptures filled with irony and satire.
Fringe’s story is a combination of high output and well-timed solo exhibitions that have launched his signature series’. He has held eight major solos, sold out exhibitions globally. Born in 1976.