Digital Artwork - New Order, Eelke Jelles Eelkema by Gordon Cheung

New Order, Eelke Jelles Eelkema is a video work by Gordon Cheung which uses an algorithm to ‘pixel sort’ a still life painting taken from the Dutch Golden Age in the collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Click on the video below to preview this artwork and see the full effect of the animation. Once your order is received a gift card will be posted to you. For instructions on how to use this card to access your artwork and numbered certificate, please see below. Available in a digital edition of 300. This product has been discontinued. See the Related Products below or email and we can suggest something similar which you may also like.
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Dimensions 16.7 x 12cm
Fabric & material Plastic/Card
Edition 300
SKU 02084848

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Gordon Cheung (b. 1975, London) works across painting, sculpture and video to create works that comment on the illusions and realities of our contemporary world. Between utopia and dystopia Cheung’s work uses diverse media that weave meaning by appropriating symbols and images of Western economic power and subverting them.

Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2001, Cheung has exhibited internationally including in solo exhibitions at Alan Cristea Gallery, London, 2015, Edel Assanti Gallery, London, 2015, Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, 2009, and The New Art Gallery Walsall, UK, 2009. His works are in international collections of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington; The Whitworth, Manchester; ASU Art Museum, Arizona; The New Art Gallery Walsall, UK; Knoxville Art Museum, Tennessee; Hiscox Collection, London, among others.