Five Thumb Prints Of A Famous Artist
September 2015 | fingerprint ink on ordinary A4 paper | dimensions: 20 x 30 cm (8 x 12″)
Valerie was afraid of losing her identity in the singularity – so she went about attaching a piece of string to either end and threading it up the right sleeve and down the left sleeve of her duffle coat – “this could really work” she thought.
This is intriguing; I heard of a painter with a surname similar to my own who works with her thumbs, but as far as I know she is not a duffle coat wearer.
Not to be underestimated, the duffel coat is the last bastion of British apparel, a left wing badge, and frankly, if it was good enough for Field Marshal Montgomery… then… you know [pause]