Everything Nothing III 2014
An inkjet print on archival rag paper.
Echograms are made by radar, beamed from the undersides of small aircraft, down through 4 Km. of Antarctic Ice to the land beneath, and bounced back up into a computer, a similar technology to ultrasound imaging of our bodies. The image in the computer is a cross section of the ice and landmass beneath the flight of the aircraft. The experience of Antarctica is one of vast expanses of nothingness, but in fact scientist can read in the ice the history of the earth over the past 900,000 years and it can give us a picture of mans effect on the planet. So in effect the ice itself contains everything.
90.7 x 68 cm, including 100 mm border, unframed, Ed. 5/20 – £500
Prices Unframed £504 (including UK postage) Unframed £522 (including rest of Europe postage) Unframed £527 (including USA and rest of world postage)