No One Gets Out Alive
One colour hand pulled silkscreen
420 x 590 mm
Edition of 50
Signed and numbered
Prints are unframed and ship rolled
Charlie Anderson creates painting to take upon the appearance of old layered billboards, comprised of images and references experienced on a daily basis, redesigned to be unrecognizable in an effort to create a new context. For Shangri-La he produced a series of paintings, created in an oversized magazine front page format - individually aiming to form a whole, comprising fragments of low-brow and high-brow mass media. Inverted figures take on a demon like quality against neon and bubblegum colours, transporting them from their original context into a nauseating and self-indulgent composition.