Madeline Kidd, Abstract Print #2 (2014)
- 297 x 420 mm
- Edition of 5 + AP, Pegasus Print
Madeline Kidd’s practice can be defined as the curating of contemporary artworks, representational or abstract, into real and pseudo-fictional domestic settings. The sculptures, paintings, installations and theatrical designs that she produces are conceptualised as ‘set pieces’ or what is known as ‘costume sculpture’. Commonplace and familiar icons of interior decoration, such as paintings, floral arrangements, fruit plates, and abstract sculptures are appropriated and recreated in her work.