Liminality

Marie Rud Rosenzweig takes inspiration from the signature closing sequence of the American animated series Looney Tunes, which has ended every cartoon since the 1930s. In Rosenzweig’s print, she has altered the iconic image to create a non-place that is at once familiar and mysterious. As a physical space, but also as a reflection of a psychological space, it is difficult to get a hold on. A liminal space describes a psychological state where you are on the threshold of something new or a kind of intermediate phase, which can often feel like an unsafe place to be. Anthropologists use the term ‘liminality’ to describe the middle stage in a rite of passage, where one has left the previous but not yet entered the new and defined next stage. It is a state where disorientation and uncertainty prevail.
Liminality is printed from three plates, in a colour arrangement of a rich orange, contrasted with a vivid blue and silvery-grey. The resulting colour palette of Rosenzweig’s print is contradictory and quirky, reflecting Rosenzweig’s intriguing universe.

Marie Rud Rosenzweig

Liminality, 2022

400

(incl. 25% Danish VAT €80)


Print technique
Aquatint Burnishing Line etching Open bite Spit bite aquatint on Hahnemühle Bütten 300g
Paper size 51.5 x 33 cm – Plate size 32.5 x 19 cm
Edition
Edition of 18
Edition
Series of 1
Printer
Printed by Thomas Jennions
Publisher
Published by BORCH Editions
Signed by:
Signed and numbered by the artist
Registration no
ID: MaR 22 001

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Marie Rud Rosenzweig

Liminality, 2022

400

(incl. 25% Danish VAT €80)


Print technique
Aquatint Burnishing Line etching Open bite Spit bite aquatint on Hahnemühle Bütten 300g
Paper size 51.5 x 33 cm – Plate size 32.5 x 19 cm
Edition
Edition of 18
Edition
Series of 1
Printer
Printed by Thomas Jennions
Publisher
Published by BORCH Editions
Signed by:
Signed and numbered by the artist
Registration no
ID: MaR 22 001

Shipping of unframed editions is free of charge.
Have further questions? Ask a specialist or visit our Terms & Conditions.

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