(Australia, Latvia 29 Oct 1939– )
55.6 x 81.2cm image; 75 x 104.4cm sheet
"This comes from a postcard – it was simply of one, two, three buildings – a coloured postcard, a typical postcard of the period, which a lot of people collect these days. So I changed it around because I was interested in the formality, its frontality – there was nothing interesting really, it was very plain … I changed it around completely, changed the three buildings and added that unexpectedness by putting in a plume of tree or smoke. I called it Women’s buildings, University of Oregon, which is a very silly title, but that’s what was on the postcard. It makes no sense in regard to the image when one looks at it, but that’s part of the absurdity, that quirkiness I’m interested in."
[Hendrik Kolenberg, Jan Senbergs complete screenprints 1960-88, pg 60]
4162 (Author), Jan Senbergs: Complete screenprints 1960-88, Sydney, 2008, 60 (colour illus.). cat.no. 47
Contemporary Australian printmakers (1977), Adelaide, 1977. cat.no. 43; NOTE: Impression unknown.
Kempf (Israel, estab. 1926) (Author), Lilian Wood (Australia) (Author), Contemporary Australian printmakers (1976), Melbourne, 1976, 79 (illus.). NOTE: Impression unknown.
The Crossley Gallery (Australia) (Author), Jan Senbergs silkscreen prints (1975), Melbourne, 1975. cat.no. 5; NOTE: Impression unknown.
9th International biennial exhibition of prints in Tokyo (1974-1975), Japan, 1974. NOTE: Impression unknown.
Jan Senbergs: from screenprints to painting, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 27 Apr 2008–25 May 2008.