Ann Veronica Janssens | Edition of 40

5 lines of pink in the air, randomly, 2020

$645.00

Digital print on glossy paper, 2mm aluminium shelf
5 photographs, each 15cm x 10 cm
Shelf, 70cm x 5cm x 2 cm
Edition of 40
Signed

This edition was created by Ann Veronica Janssens to accompany her solo exhibition Hot Pink Turquoise at the South London Gallery in 2020. Janssens' practice explores ideas around perception, transparency and the play of light. The photos show pink trails produced by clouds of water vapour that reflect the light of the setting sun into a celestial expanse. These artificial clouds are the byproduct of the movement of aeroplanes through the sky. The photos are printed on a glossy paper that partially reflects the surroundings of the edition, and are placed randomly on the shelf.

SPECIFICATIONS

Over time the photographs may curve, this is in line with the artist's intentions and integral to the works gestural and ephemeral qualities.

The aluminium shelf is supplied with strong adhesive tape. Guidelines of how to apply the tape and install the shelf are included with the edition, however the longevity of this method is dependent on the conditions of the installation location. Advice for optimum conditions are outlined in the installation guide. If you have any questions please email shop@southlondongallery.org.

 

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Ann Veronica Janssens was born in 1956 in Folkestone, England. She studied at L’École de la Cambre in Brussels. The artist lives and works in Brussels.

Janssens’ work foregrounds the body’s perception of the world and itself in it. She often uses light, natural optical phenomena or glass as a medium. Produced with great care, her works exude the impression of great simplicity yet create vivid experiences of the act of seeing, evoking a heightened awareness of the changeability and fleetingness of the individual perception. Her contribution to the 48th Venice Biennale (1999), where she represented Belgium with Michel François filled the space with thick mist that served to disorient the viewers. In 2013, she added colorful glass monoliths to the windows of the Chapelle Saint-Vincent de Grignan in Provence, transforming the interior space into a constantly changing color environment.

Among her numerous solo exhibitions are: Entre le crépuscule et le ciel, Collection Lambert, Avignon (2022); 5766 chemin des Trious, Fondation CAB, Saint-Paul-de-Vence (2022); gam gam gam, Galleria d'Arte Moderna – GAM, Milan (2021); Hot Pink Turquoise, South London Gallery, London (2020–21) and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk (2020); Green, Yellow and Pink (as part of CONNECT, BTS), Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP), Seoul (2020); Contrepoint 2, Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris (2019); Ann Veronica Janssens, De Pont Museum, Tilburg (2018–19); Ann Veronica Janssens, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki (2018–19); Albedo (with Jean Gilbert), MAC's, Grand Hornu (2018); Fog Star, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore (2018); and Naissances latentes, SHED, Notre-Dame-de-Bondeville, L’Aître Saint-Maclou and Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rouen (2017).

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