Wona Bae .  Charlie Lawler

배원아 ~  찰리 로우러
[Loose Leaf]


The National - Print Series - AGNSW - 2021

Regenerator, The National - AGNSW - 2021

En Route, Heide MoMA - 2019 - 2020

Resonance, Bayside Gallery - 2020

Set in Motion, installation view -2020

Land Urchin, Lisdillon AIR 2020

Brief Encounter, Yering Station - 2019

Moonlit, relief - 2019

Proximity, installation view - 2019

Primitive Matter, Installation views - 2019

Primitive Matter, Backwoods Gallery - 2019

Fossil, installation view - 2019

Ancestor, Collingwood Arts Precinct - 2018

Free Fall, Palacio de Orive, Spain - 2017

Halo Series - 2017 - 2021

Artist Print Edition
Wona Bae and Charlie Lawler
March 2021

Crossing 02
Edition of 35

Artist print edition titled Crossing 02 showing a site-specific ephemeral charcoal intervention created in dialogue with the architecture of Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW). Harnessing the healing properties of charcoal to detoxify, energise, repair and revive the space around it.

Perhaps the most challenging of the interventions to capture, Crossing 02 was created in the studio and installed by the artists on Saturday 20 March, 2021. A nod to Bae and Lawler’s ongoing Halo Series, the suspended portal appears as if floating in mid air. Framing the main entrance of the AGNSW. Logistically the charcoal ring could only be installed for minutes. The artists captured this fleeting moment and presenting it as a photographic print hung the artwork alongside ‘Regenerator’ as part of The National 2021: New Australia Art.

Limited edition, hand-signed and numbered
Giclée, archival pigment print on Canson Edition Etching Rag 310gsm

$230 AUD (unframed)
Edition of 35
Paper size: 420 x 594 mm. 
Border: 40mm (top & sides) 44mm (bottom)

FREE standard shipping worldwide on orders placed by  5 December 2021

*Please note prices are in $AUD.

Please allow 2-4 weeks delivery time.

Returns Policy: As these are printed on demand, these limited-edition prints cannot be returned or exchanged.

Top Left: Print edition.
Bottom Left: Exhibition view at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2021
Bottom Right: In situ print edition