The Editor prunes the branching narratives of her imagination emerging from a ceramic planter on her lap. The leafy shoots reveal pairs of eyes, each highlighted with a holographic sheen and sculpted in shallow relief. The eyes refer to a painting of Saint Lucy, the protector of sight, by Francesco del Cossa from the 15th century. She wields her pruning shears carefully, letting the superfluous petals of her content fall to the cutting room floor. Within the planter are various touchstones regurgitated and left by the cranes flying in the distance. Aristotle once described in The History of Animals that the crane carries within it a touchstone that can be used to test for gold. In fact, cranes will ingest gizzard stones to aid in their digestion and deposit them in faraway regions at the end of their migrations. The Editor collects these touchstones as a way to evaluate the merit of each branching narrative, letting them steep in her witches’ brew. Just as The Editor appraises her creation through multiple passes, this limited edition print has gone through 9 separate passes through different presses in order to create all the effects. The thin, delicate lines of the drawing have been carefully retraced and embellished with silvery holographic foil, and the chop beneath has pearl, holographic, and dimensional enhancements.
입고완료(2020. 02. 18)
1. The Editor Night Mode by James Jean 는 사전주문 방식의 발매이며, 결제취소가 불가능합니다. 신중한 결정부탁드립니다.
2. 작품의 배송은 3월 초 순차적으로 배송될 예정이지만, 스튜디오의 사정에 따라 지연될 수 있습니다.