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‘Bonnie and Clyde TV: Super Vision’ is a Mixed Media Sculpture with Screen Print, Giclee and Glaze by contemporary artist and graphic designer Bonnie and Clyde. The television is a magnificent metaphor for ‘Super Vision’. The TV set is both a physical object and a magical window into a multitude of two dimensional visions.
The static box transports you into parallel universes, forwards and backwards in time, and positions you as the observer interpreting imagery, characters, and narrative. The sculpture is a three-dimensional retro television set complete with a slowly moving screen which rotates a hypnotic cyclical collage.
Describing her work as ‘sub-pop art meets psycho geography’, Bonnie and Clyde uses collage, type, paint, illustration and photography to produce visually engaging prints and mixed media originals. Her interest in street photography, psychogeography, architecture and the sea are often reflected with the use of colour and graphical elements that shape her work. Bonnie and Clyde lists David Hockney,Andy Warhol,Jean-Michael Basquiatand the New York ‘no wave’ scene as her main influencing artists. This three-dimensional artwork is signed by the artist and is a Limited Edition of 5.