- Ink, acrylic gouache, screen print and lacquer on paper
- Signed and dated on reverse by the artist
- 58cm x 79cm
- Sold framed
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Tim Fishlock – BREAK DOWNS
I’m a sucker for percussion. The breakdown and the drop that follows are often my favourite parts of a tune. This is especially the case with disco. Producer Tom Moulton invented the disco break on Don Downing’s 1973 release Dream World. Bridging two sections of the song that were in different keys, he inserted a drum section. This stripping away of other instruments and vocals (breaking down the arrangement) builds tension on the dancefloor. The breakdown typically cuts to a beat of silence before the drop – the sudden return to the musical part of the track.
Installation view, PARADISE VERSION, Hang-Up Gallery, London, 2022.
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London-based artist Tim Fishlock creates bright typographic paintings inspired by our love/hate relationship with social media and uneasy alliance with modern technology. A graduate of Goldsmiths, he began his career making commercial art installations, moving on to high-profile projects including limited-edition print portfolio releases and a book made with Hollywood screenwriter Josh Weinstein. His current work sits well with his other pieces: intricate collages of repeating motifs and satisfyingly tactile...