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Timothy Davies

Timothy Davies, Große Stern, 2019

'Große Stern', 2019

Giclee print on alu dibond with acrylic glass

60 × 77.6 cm

Edition of 3 plus II AP

Timothy Davies, Single Bear Seated (Artek), 2019

'Single Bear Seated (Artek)', 2019

Paint and UV direct print on plywood, stool

146 × 85 × 34 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, Single Bear with Shopping (Friedrichstraße), 2019

'Single Bear with Shopping (Friedrichstraße)', 2019

Paint and UV direct print on plywood, shopping bags

146 × 85 × 34 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, We 2 Bears (Double Beach Bum), 2019

'We 2 Bears (Double Beach Bum)', 2019

Paint and UV direct print on plywood

154 × 114 × 48 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, Brokat Chenille, 2017

'Brokat Chenille', 2017

Magazine cutting and inkjet print on MDF

46 × 36 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, Jaybird Street Premium Window Film (DC Fix 334-0020), 2017

'Jaybird Street Premium Window Film (DC Fix 334-0020)', 2017

Glass, digital print on translucent self-adhesive film, latex paint, metal hardware

46 × 50 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, Morgenland, 2017

'Morgenland', 2017

Glass, digital print on translucent self-adhesive film, latex paint, metal hardware

57.5 × 113 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, Planet Foto, 2017

'Planet Foto', 2017

UV direct print on glass, metal hardware, paint

110 × 155 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, Steakhaus, 2017

'Steakhaus', 2017

Glass, digital print on translucent self-adhesive film, latex paint, metal hardware

54.5 × 96 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, Strawberry Reich, 2017

'Strawberry Reich', 2017

UV direct print on glass, metal hardware, paint

110 × 155 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, The White Company Ltd., 2017

'The White Company Ltd.', 2017

Magazine cuttings, wood, plaster, latex paint, beeswax polish, rusty nails, metal hardware

38 × 34 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, The White Company, Spring/Summer 2017, 2017

'The White Company, Spring/Summer 2017', 2017

Magazine cuttings, wood, plaster, latex paint, beeswax polish, rusty nails, synthetic raffia

71 × 77 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, Time Out, Berlin, 2017

'Time Out, Berlin', 2017

Postcard, wood, latex paint, cardboard, beeswax polish, nails

38 × 34 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, Creme Caramels (VI), 2016

'Creme Caramels (VI)', 2016

Wax, epoxy resin, plastic, paper

16 × 16 × 8 cm

16 × 16 × 8 cm

Unique

Timothy Davies, Late Burgundy, 2014

'Late Burgundy', 2014

Borrowed velvet curtains, gold metal rings, polyester thread, 2-part clear plastic disposable wine glasses, gold metal hooks

Dimensions variable

Unique

Timothy Davies, Creative Single, 2012

'Creative Single', 2012

Digital C-print on dibond aluminium

52 × 40 cm

Edition of 3 plus II AP

Timothy Davies, He Ate Me For Breakfast, 2012

'He Ate Me For Breakfast', 2012

Slide projector, metal egg rack, eggs, bagel fragment, 42 unique 35mm color slides

Dimensions variable

Unique

Timothy Davies, Internet Dating, 2011

'Internet Dating', 2011

(Edition 1 / 3)

Digital C-print on dibond aluminium

40 × 60 cm

Edition of 3

Timothy Davies, Is This Seat Taken?, 2011

'Is This Seat Taken?', 2011

Video, split screen loop on 4 china mugs, 8'00''

Video, split screen loop on office chair, 8'00''

Edition of 3 plus II AP

Exhibition

May 21 - Aug 22, 2021
Timothy Davies
Prinzen Rolle
Neue Essener Kunstverein

Biography

Timothy Davies´s work operates through inter-textual relationships — presenting unprecedented conjugations of found or slightly modified objects, motifs and images. Each work or group of works points to the contingencies of what is seemingly “given” with regard to the material presented.

The aesthetics, which have been described as “aggressively middlebrow”, tend or try to evade visual or critical recuperation, instead offering humour, sentimentality, awkwardness, and affection as recognisable strategies to engage with a public.

Recent work has been informed by developments in digital print. For instance, the possibility to print a wished-for motif on to almost any surface has revolutionised the sphere of gifting as much as that of art-making and can be taken to represent an expansion of bourgeois ethics on to new territories of product.