Alistair Frost, 3 Useful Techniques for Arranging Ones Luggage in Style, 2010
Collage with silkscreen, pigment print and debossing
37 x 50 cm
Edition of 100, signed and numbered
£120 (ICA Members £90)
Alistair Frost's practice muses on the place of contemporary art in the digital age. Displaying a dry wit, his works utilise the motifs of early PC rendering, realised in the traditional medium of oil paint.
Frost's paintings often feature easily identifiable objects to comment on slick yet facile elements of luxury consumerism. One such recurring motif is the Martini glass, which Frost has previously employed both in paint and in sculpture. With his edition for the ICA, Frost has debossed the outline of a Martini glass onto the bottom left hand corner of the silkscreened print. The work's title is reminiscent of luxury lifestyle magazines and online listicles, holding a lens up to digital culture's acceleration of consumer desire.
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