This work was made for the 9th Biennale of Sydney, 1992/3. The blurred text was directly printed by Eva Schlegel on glass panels. At times the text is barely legible, at other times it transforms into traces and blurred markings. The work suggests the ephemeral nature of language and its slippage from one context to another.
blurred text directly printed on six glass panels
Installation dimensions variable; 6 glass sheets: each 175.0 x 111.5 cm :
Each part; 175 x 111.5 cm; each sheet, 6 glass sheets
Signature & date
Not signed. Not dated.
Mervyn Horton Bequest Fund 1994
Not on display
© Eva Schlegel
Shown in 2 exhibitions
The boundary rider: 9th Biennale of Sydney, Bond Stores 3/4, Sydney, 15 Dec 1992–14 Mar 1993
Review: works by women from the permanent collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 08 Mar 1995–04 Jun 1995
Referenced in 2 publications
Deborah Edwards, Daphne Wallace, Margo Neale, Victoria Lynn and Sandra Byron, Review: works by women from the permanent collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, "Women Artists in the Contemporary Collection", Victoria Lynn, p13-15, Sydney, 1995, 15, 25.
Anthony Bond OAM and Unknown, The boundary rider: 9th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, 1992, 206. This work is in the exhibition, but the artist is represented in the catalogue by another work.