John Russell

  John Russell.
Mono))chr~o~*me~*~'`^`'~*-,._.,-*~'`^`'~*-Joy (2011)
Double-strike, back-lit digital print on vinyl, 400 x 779cm

  John Russell - Eastside Projects

Shown at:
Narrative Show
Eastside Projects,
15 July – 10 September 2011

Installation shot (below)

  John Russell Eastside  

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