117 x 114.5 cm (framed)
The question of self in relation to living in a digital age is reflected in Sandra Crisp’s The Bigger Picture. Her work presents an intricately detailed and overwhelming view of global communication, transaction, movement and logistics with shadows of lone individuals lost in the vastness of it all. This work speaks of being lost to sight by the magnitude of contemporary digital life.
Read our interview: Memory Surfaces
Read the accompanying Art Pie essay: Compossible Worlds
Find out more about Sandra Crisp at www.sandracrispart.com