The Oscilloscope Drawings
Exhibition viewings: Wednesday – Saturday, 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm, by appointment: please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Oscilloscope Drawings is a collaborative publishing project between Open Studio and Micah Lexier, resulting in a set of ten photopolymer etchings on 17″ x 11” Japanese Kozuke paper, held in a silkscreen-printed, aluminum portfolio box. The prints feature imagery from a found technical manual, continuing Lexier’s interest in creating new objects from old sources.
Micah Lexier is a Toronto-based artist whose activities include making, collecting and organizing. He has presented over 100 solo exhibitions, participated in more than 200 group exhibitions and produced a dozen permanent public commissions, including the design for the facade of the new Canadian Embassy in Paris. Micah Lexier is represented by Birch Contemporary, Toronto.
The Oscilloscope Drawings is a collaborative publishing project between Open Studio and the artist, resulting in a set of ten photopolymer prints featuring imagery from a found technical manual. Available for purchase here.