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A Fool's Ideology
By Matt Eaton  RUN # 133
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A Fool's Ideology
By Matt Eaton
RUN #133
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Max Edition Size: 13
SIZE16x16
TYPEMixed Media on Wood Panel
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RUN INFORMATION
SHIPPING INFORMATION
Max Edition Size: 13
SIZE16x16
TYPEMixed Media on Wood Panel
EST SHIPPING4-6 weeks
AVAILABILITYShips worldwide
RETURNSCan you return items?
We'll update you throughout your purchased art's journey from 1xRun to when it leaves our hands and ventures to you.
ABOUT THIS ART
Just over one year ago, we dropped our first print release on 1xRUN with Matt Eaton. For his second run, Matt has created a series of 13 beautiful mixed media pieces on wood panel. Each one totally unique, hand crafted layer upon layer, using a variety of techniques and media. Each 16"x16" piece comes framed and ready to hang on your wall, right out of the box.

This piece is based on transcripts and radio transmissions received by the Judica-Cordiglia brothers in Turin Italy during the early 1960's.. In particular, Soviet space missions that were locked away, forgotten about and hidden behind the iron curtain. Many of these transmissions were of failed or problematic attempts. Voices of dying cosmonauts as they burn up during re-entry, much like Yuri Gagarin's friend and predecessor, Vladimir Komarov. One story was especially intriguing to me, not for the details, but for the lack of details. Just a fading heart beat and slowing breath wrapped in a crackling 60's radio wave. This, combined with the fact that the signal had no relative speed, meaning that it was moving directly away from earth is fascinating to me. The loneliness and crushing despair of being the first unintentional human ambassador to deep space. Amazing. Perfectly preserved in the icy darkness. No one will ever know the true fate of this person, or the real facts of the matter, or if it's even true, but the idea alone was enough for me to draw inspiration from. So, Salute, Spasibo, Kampai, Fisehatak, L'Chaim!, Prost , Cheers or whatever you say...a small token of appreciation for all the explorers and adventurers throughout our short history, who's names will never be known, and those who's names we should remember more often.
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