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Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Untitled, 2014

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Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Untitled, 2014

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Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Untitled, 2014

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Sara Greenberger Rafferty created a variable edition of 25 that feature unique distortions of a single image. The series was created in collaboration with Studio Collaborator Lisa Switalski, using the Dieu Donné studio’s hydraulic press to transfer inkjet prints onto wet abaca paper and acetate. Each work in the edition is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed and numbered by the artist. 

An image of an unbuttoned shirt collar image was pressed on to wet abaca in the same form, itself laid on top of a larger hand-cut sheet of acetate. The three layers were run through the hydraulic press, bonding ink, paper, and acetate together. The pressure causes the image to transfer to the wet pulp, which shifts between the two sheets of plastic. Embracing the inherent unpredictability of the process, some of the works in the edition are nearly unaltered, while others have rivulets or significant slippage of pulp.

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