by Tessa Mo
Painting - 40.0cm x 30.0cm x 3.8cm
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In TRANSMITTING, a machine-like structure dominates the canvas. It represents the 'dove', the supply tube that played a vital role in the Chilean miner rescue operation in 2010. I am interested in the apocalyptic aspect in scenarios such as the delivery of foodstuff in canisters through a narrow borehole. A futuristic image is created in response, which mythologises the original incident.
London Based artist Tessa Mo's work explores the notion of vertical transport. Her paintings are based on themes of weightlessness, awareness of existence and the idea of transcendence. The visual ambiguity of her work exists in the polarization between the abstract and the real, where doorways, openings and holes signify an entrance into another, altered reality.
Tessa graduated from London's Wimbledon College of Art in 2011. A winner of the Clyde & Community Award, Tessa's work has been featured in Solo and Group Shows across the UK.
Product DetailsTypeOriginal ArtMediumPaintingStyleSurrealisticYear2011Size40.0cm x 30.0cm x 3.8cmReady to hangYesSignedYesMaterialsOil on Canvas
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