Juxtapoz Magazine – Radio Juxtapoz, ep 084: Shadowboxing with Idris Khan


By means of the most abstract of output, British artist Idris Khan is talking to us in the most literal of strategies. As a result of paintings and sculpture, Khan is in a frequent dialogue among lightness and darkness definitely at the time we are living, a pivotal discourse. On the occasion of his new print with Migrate Artwork, “I Imagined We Experienced Far more Time…,” with 100% of earnings will be sent to Disasters Unexpected emergency Committee through the Evening Standard’s Ukraine Enchantment, this dialogue of universality and tragedy is at the forefront.

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As Sean Kelley notes of Khan’s work: “Even though Khan’s frame of mind is more painterly than photographic, he generally employs the instruments of photomechanical copy to generate his operate. Photographing or scanning from secondary resource material–sheet songs, internet pages from the Qur’an, reproductions of late Caravaggio paintings–he then builds up the levels of scans digitally, which permits him to meticulously manage moment variances in contrast, brightness and opacity. The resultant pictures are typically large-scale C-prints with surfaces that have a remarkable optical depth.”

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV’s Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 084 was recorded in March 2022 in London. Comply with us on @radiojuxtapoz


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