About the print:
Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemuhle 210gsm 50% rag watercolor paper
13″x19″ paper size
hand-numbered edition of 250
embossed by Heliotrope Foundation
Bio of the artist:
Working in the Appalachian hills of rural Pennsylvania, Brent Green is a visual artist, filmmaker and storyteller. Green’s films have screened, often with live musical accompaniment, in film and art settings alike at venues such as MoMA, The J. Paul Getty Museum, The Walker Art Center, The Hammer Museum, The Boston MFA, The Wexner Center for the Arts, The Indianapolis Museum of Art, The Rotterdam Film Festival, the Sundance Film Festival and even extending to rooftops, warehouses and galleries throughout the globe. Often, his sculptural work and large-scale installation are displayed alongside his animated films most recently with solo exhibitions at the ASU Art Museum, Site Santa Fe, Art Without Walls, Diverseworks Houston and the Berkeley Art Museum. Green has crafted his rickety folk punk style into everything from a feature film (Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then, 2010) to a hacked lcd and steel animation machine (To Many Men Strange Fates Are Given, 2012) to even his newest feature film endeavors in live action, photography collage (in progress). He is a 2005 Creative Capital grantee. Green's work is in some fine permanent collections including the Progressive Collection and MoMA.