Enantiodromia by James Roper - signed limited edition print of 20
Limited edition of 100
Signed and numbered
Embossed with unique artists stamp
Archival Smooth Rag 300gsm paper
60cm x 75cm (not inc. 4cm border)
Enantiodromia was a term used by Carl Jung to describe how the over abundance of any force naturally produces it’s opposite to balance itself out. Roper used this concept within the piece on an aesthetic level by working with complimentary colours, tones and form to describe a state of visual imbalance trying to find a equilibrium within itself.
James work explores a variety of subjects from the heightened realities depicted in Baroque art and modern media to the restraint and release of energy found within complex structures such as the human body. He works in various mediums including painting, drawing, sculpture and film. He has exhibited widely throughout the world including both group and solo shows in London, New York, Los Angeles, Milan and Barcelona. Born in Knutsford, England, 1982. He graduated in 2005 with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Manchester Metropolitan University.
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