Gabriel Kuri, Untitled, 2010
Offset lithograph on 100 gsm paper
50 × 36.5 cm
Edition of 60 + 5APs, signed and numbered
Gabriel Kuri is known for using ubiquitous found materials such as receipts, soda cans, plastic bags and newspapers to highlight contemporary consumer culture and the circulation of information and commodities. Calling himself 'a selector', Kuri produces works that are both inspired by and made out of a vast assortment of these found and repurposed materials.
Interested in exploring the life, function, and physical properties of the materials he uses, as well as their social, political, and economic resonances, Kuri's work interrogates balance – both formal and physical, with the end result, as highlighted in this edition, often appearing simultaneously humorous, precarious, beautiful, and awkward.
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