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Helena Moock

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Moock’s practice revolves around mechanical printmaking, with a focus on subverting traditions in the linocut process, as well as painting. Working from life and drawing directly onto the linoleum, Moock is driven by capturing scenes in the ordinary, messy elements of everyday life. Beer cans, record players and old books all take on a human psychology through closer inspection, and lead to scenes of a more poetic meaning than purely objective. Moock’s prints aim to invite the viewer in to scenes often overlooked, which are filled with a personal attachment to a memory/place/person. Her largest linocut to date ‘GameCube Days’ explores the abstract wiring of the controllers as visual metaphors for the mind pathways you take when gaming. The print is heavy with nostalgia for happy times gaming with her brother and friends when younger, and through the meditative process of Linocutting, the hours you put in allow a greater sense of association to develop.

Helena Moock Game Cube Days Monochrome, Linocut on handmade Japanese paper, 2019

£600.00
H 55 cm x W 105 cm
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Linocut
Limited edition, Unframed
Signed
Edition of 10 - 1 available
Ships from: United Kingdom

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About Helena Moock

About the artwork

Moock’s practice revolves around mechanical printmaking, with a focus on subverting traditions in the linocut process, as well as painting. Working from life and drawing directly onto the linoleum, Moock is driven by capturing scenes in the ordinary, messy elements of everyday life. Beer cans, record players and old books all take on a human psychology through closer inspection, and lead to scenes of a more poetic meaning than purely objective. Moock’s prints aim to invite the viewer in to scenes often overlooked, which are filled with a personal attachment to a memory/place/person. Her largest linocut to date ‘GameCube Days’ explores the abstract wiring of the controllers as visual metaphors for the mind pathways you take when gaming. The print is heavy with nostalgia for happy times gaming with her brother and friends when younger, and through the meditative process of Linocutting, the hours you put in allow a greater sense of association to develop.

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