Published by JRP|Ringier. Edited by Lionel Bovier. Text by Michael Bracewell, Jennifer Higgie, Dominic Molon.
Australian artist David Noonan (born 1969) uses found imagery as the basis for his screenprinted canvases and sculptures. Enigmatic figures, printed in grainy black and white or sepia, pose in these elaborate artworks, invoking covert and futuristic rituals. This monograph will be the first comprehensive overview of Noonan’s work.
Published by JRP|Ringier. Text by Jennifer Higgie.
London-based Australian artist David Noonan works with found photographic imagery taken from performance manuals, textile patterns and archive photographs to make densely layered montages. These works at once suggest specific moments in time and invoke disorientating atemporal spaces from which myriad narratives emerge.