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"I think of my work as a kind of pleasurable terror; a meditation on the sublime turbulence of the California landscape distilled within the two dimensional space of a photographic print. My photographs of California's fault lines are matched with seismic data, which I physically carve into the surface of the prints. The resulting images become at once still and active, indexical and impressionistic, beautiful yet unnerving in their implications.

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This work ships from Pasadena, USA.

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Evan Whale is an artist who was born in 1987. Evan Whale has had several gallery and museum exhibitions, including at the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, Marais and at the 321 Gallery.

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Flash Peak Station, Calico Fault, 05/30/2016, 5:53pm, 2017
Seismic carving on chromogenic print, painted maple frame, and UltraVue glass
Work: 38.5 x 30.25 in (97.79 x 76.84 cm)
Frame: 39 x 31 in (99.06 x 78.74 cm)
Courtesy of artist

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Evan Whale
Flash Peak Station, Calico Fault, 05/30/2016, 5:53pm
  • Dimensions
    38.5 x 30.25 in (97.79 x 76.84 cm)