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Peter Liversidge: And

Peter Liversidge: And

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Commissioned to celebrate The Multiple Store’s 10th anniversary, and is a multiple which links the past with the present. and also anticipates the future.

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About the Edition

Neon lights were one of the most familiar sights in the cities of the twentieth century. Shop fronts and building facades are littered with the vibrant colours of neon screaming out their simple slogans. Today though neon has been replaced by LED as the material for the signage of the city.

Commissioned to celebrate The Multiple Store’s 10th anniversary, and is a multiple which links the past with the present. and also anticipates the future.

Peter Liversidge has been using text in his work for over 15 years. In 2007 he began experimenting with neon, exploring the potential of the material and colour. This is his first multiple to use neon.

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Dimensions 26 x 13 x 5 cm
Edition Size

35

Materials

Neon, perspex & transformer

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Peter Liversidge’s work is widely held in collections including the British Council, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Tate Gallery Archive and the Government Art Collection.

Recent solo exhibitions of Liversidge’s work include ‘Doppelganger’, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh in 2013; and Sean Kelly Gallery, New York (2011).

Shows in 2014 include: Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands; i8 Gallery, Reykjavic, Iceland; The MAC, Belfast; Basis, Frankfurt, Germany.

Recent projects and publications include: ‘Proposals for Liverpool’, The Fifth Floor, Tate Liverpool (2008); ‘Proposals for Barcelona’, Centre d’Art Santa Monica (2008); ‘Proposals for Brussels’, with the British Council for the Europalia Festival (2007); a commission for COMMA at Bloomberg SPACE, London (June, 2009); and several substantial commissions.

www.peterliversidge.com