Once We’ve Crossed That Line (2011)

Once We’ve Crossed That Line (2011) consists of three paintings on Perspex and a wallpaper based on hand drawn pattern. The work plays with various motifs related to fear. The wallpaper pattern is based on the universal product marking caution symbol for products that contains dangerous substances. Masked health care workers cover face for their own protection. Protesters and activists hide their identity in order to avoid prosecution, sometimes in case they get involved with the law, sometimes in order to protect themselves from prosecution for expressing their views. 

2011
Mixed media
Dimensions variable

Once We Crossed That Line2

Stenbom@NADA

Scarf & Baseball Cap_2 2NADA

Once We’ve Crossed That Line (Scarf & Baseball Cap)
2011
Acrylic Paint on Perspex
38 x 51 cm

(Hood & Scarf)@NADA

Once We’ve Crossed That Line (Hood & Scarf)
2011
Acrylic Paint on Perspex
38 x 51 cm

(Face Mask & Hair Net) @NADA

Once We’ve Crossed That Line (Face Mask & Hair Net)
2011
Acrylic Paint on Perspex
51 x 76 cm

Caution(@NADA)

Caution
2011
Inkjet Print on Blue Back Billboard Paper
Dimensions Variable

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