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Andrews, Stephen
Crowd 2004 Foule 2004
1997 2004

Stephen Andrews is a Canadian artist based in Toronto. From afar, Crowd shows a group of spectators engaged in the act of looking. Andrews abstracts the identities of his figures and blends their features into colourful dots, blurring the individual and the crowd. This work highlights the limitations of sight by revealing only partial identities. Crowd depicts anonymous pixelated people who appear below the viewer, evoking a feeling of surveillance.

 
Andrews, Stephen
Sarnia ON 1956 Sarnia ON 1956
Crowd 2004 Foule 2004
1997 2004
linoprint on Mylar, 4/10 Linogravure sur Mylar, 4/10
overall: 152.4 cm x 152.4 cm
Gift of Heather Lawson, Eleanor Bothwell and Alice Bothwell, 2005 Don de Heather Lawson, Eleanor Bothwell et Alice Bothwell, 2005
48-024a-i

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