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Artists’ Editions

Mel Brimfield
Love Lives of the Artists: The Invisible Man, 2013

Hahnemuhle Photo Rag (308gsm), A3 giclée print
42 x 29.5cm
Edition of 10, unframed, signed.

This print is made from an original painting from the Love Lives of the Artists series Mel Brimfield started in 2007. The paintings are a research methodology for large scale performances that re-assess art history through recollections and spurious accounts. The tongue-in-cheek and tragicomic tone challenges our relationship to artistic icons and their mythologies. This is Performance Art: Performed Sculpture and Dance was developed as part of Mel Brimfield's residency at Camden Arts Centre in 2010 and continued as an exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park in 2011.

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Mel Brimfield was born in Oxford in 1976. She studied at Bath Spa University College, BA (1995 — 1998) and at Chelsea College of Art, MA (1999 — 2000). She has had a number of UK solo exhibitions including ‘Waiter Waiter, there’s a sculpture in my soup’, Ceri Hand Gallery, Liverpool, 2008 and ‘Waiter Waiter, there’s a sculpture in my soup: Part II, Performance Art and Comedy from Gutai to the Present’, Pumphouse Gallery, London, 2009. Brimfield has also worked on a number of collaborative projects including The Golden Record — Sounds of the Earth, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, 2008 and Battersea Arts Centre, London, 2008; The Comic Book, The Collective Gallery, Edinburgh 2007, ICA, London 2007. She was also included in Local Operations, Serpentine Gallery, London, 2007 and was co-curator ⁄ producer of the Whitstable Biennale, 2006.