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Edition size: 20
Size: H 25cm x W 25cm
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H1-12 Enter The Infinite - Seeing is a Jacquard-woven tapestry produced by British artist Damien Hirst in 2016. Coming in a limited edition size of 20, the square tapestry shows a mesmerising kaleidoscope pattern composed of red, yellow, blue and green thread against a white backdrop. Blue lines of thread emanate from a blue flower in the centre of the composition which is adorned with a yellow halo.
The tapestry can be seen alongside eleven other tapestries, all of which were produced using a Jacquard loom and are part of Hirst’s Enter The Infinite collection. Each tapestry in the collection is made out of red, blue, yellow and green thread and is based on a kaleidoscope style pattern. While the patterns are similar in colour and style, they are all different and feature unique arrangements of colour and line.
The use of a mechanical loom to produce these artworks captures how Hirst has had a long-standing interest in the intersection between mechanical reproduction and art. Arguably influenced by Andy Warhol, the pioneering figure of the Pop Art movement, Hirst has produced hundreds of screen prints of skulls, butterflies and medicinal pills, which enable the artist to question the inherent value of artworks and what makes a piece of art truly original.