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Screenprint
Sale price$ 2,450

Screen print on canvas

While looking through visual diaries from his time living in Los Angeles, Luke Chiswell discovered old working titles he’d once written for future works. Recognizing that process is such a significant element of his work, Chiswell memorialized the notes, creating screen prints on paper and canvas. The resulting series “Working Titles” rejects the concept of starting and finishing an artwork by depicting trial, error, and moments of development. Each note features text in Chiswell’s signature script, a form of abstract mark making that pushes the boundaries of language and legibility.

Size: 31.496 x 31.496 inches | Edition of 4

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“Each work tells it's own story through unique markings and scratches, their own destruction giving rise to a moment, to a memory, to an achievement.”
-Luke Chiswell
Luke Chiswell

About the Artist

Luke Chiswell

Featured in Hypebeast and Vogue UK, painter, sculptor and printmaker Luke Chiswell explores how the continual use of everyday objects--like skateboards and hotel stationery -- can hold a record of aspiration, error and accomplishment.

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Current Exhibition

Close Crush

Cheryl Humphreys & Mike McMullen
June 7 - September 3

Tappan
8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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About the Process

Chiswell's Trophies Series

To make works from his "Trophies" series, Chiswell skates on a skateboard until it breaks. During each skating session he repeats a specific word, like "try" or "best" to himself. When the board breaks, Chiswell considers it then a "Trophy" and the word he repeated is carved into it.

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No Good No Good Good Sale price$ 2,450