Walaid Sehwail + Kayleen Kulesza

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Frames in Captivity 002 - Walaid Sehwail.jpg
Captivite Frame 001 - Walaid Sehwail.jpg
Frames in Captivity 001 - Walaid Sehwail.jpg
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Walaid Sehwail + Kayleen Kulesza

100.00

Captivate Frames

Captivate Frame 01: A product of counterfeit culture and its errors, such as oversized text, odd repetition, and lo-fi graphics; this captive frame is an experiment that takes a once-heavy, classical portico, (a repeated character of our work), and envisions it as a cheap and light inflatable doorway. (Supreme archway)

Frames in Captivity 01: Inspired by the Middle Age tapestry titled: Unicorn in Captivity, this redux features classical porticos and too-short stools, (repeated characters of our work), strewn about, captive by the banal walls of an architectural project, overlaid by counterfeit motifs of the popular Champion brand. One portico resembles a unicorn. (Champion Logo)

Frames in Captivity 02: Inspired by the Middle Age tapestry titled: Unicorn in Captivity, this redux features classical porticos and too-short stools, (repeated characters of our work), strewn about, captive by the banal walls of an architectural project. One portico resembles a unicorn.

16”x20” framed

About the Artists: Walaid Sehwail + Kayleen Kulesza currently practice out of Chicago, where they explore design through counterfeits, knockoffs, and cheap tricks. Their work in the impermanent collection is titled, Frames in Captivity.

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