Digital Artwork - Sense by Jenny Holzer

Jenny Holzer’s limited edition video, Sense is a continuation of the artist’s exploration of language and forms of address. The work is derived from one of her earliest series, Truisms, which first appeared as posters in New York in the late 1970s. 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 5,000. 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 5000
SKU 02084643

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Digital limited editions, powered by Sedition are original artworks available as videos and images that are displayed on screens and devices. Works can be viewed on any TV, tablet, and smartphone through the browser or using the Sedition apps for iOS, Android and Samsung Smart TV.

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Jenny Holzer’s works bring sharp, prescient commentary into public spaces, in a way that evades categorisation and challenges the separation of material and language and the social role of words. As part of a generation of feminist conceptual artists including Cindy Sherman and Barbara Kruger, Holzer actively responds to the way messages are formatted and delivered. Her messages respond to cruelty, violence and injustice with courage and dignity. She often displays her works on billboards, marquees, street furniture or LED displays.

Born in 1950 in Gallipolis, Ohio, Holzer completed degrees at Ohio University and the Rhode Island School of Design. She has exhibited internationally for over thirty years in galleries, museums and public spaces including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Guggenheim Museum and at 7 World Trade Center. She received the Leone d'Oro at the Venice Biennale in 1990, the Crystal Award from the World Economic Forum in 1996 and the Barnard Medal of Distinction in 2011.