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Michael Joo’s Distilled series at Other Criteria Hinde Street

May 1, 2013 by Miranda

Take a look at the latest rehang at our Hinde street store! Highlights include Eduardo Sarabia’s hand painted ceramic vases and Michael Joo’s 20 Distilled photographs. 

Together, 18 With a Bullet (16) and 18 With a Bullet (4) by Eduardo Sarabia make up our new window display. Both vases are from an edition of 18 unique multiples. Fusing imagery of illegal contraband (from busty naked ladies, to cannabis leaves and hand guns) and more traditional decoration (cockerels, wildebeest, and even a stray parrot), Eduardo Sarabia’s hand painted vases refer to his Mexican heritage and parody the cultural clichés surrounding drug smuggling, illegal trade and machismo. 

Downstairs, a grid of photographs from Michael Joo’s Distilled series decorates the mushroom-grey wall. Available individually or as a portfolio of 20, these digital photographs capture works from the artist’s studio at various stages of completion. The fragmented sculptures are juxtaposed against one another, and are seen separated from their own contextual brief.

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