There are 2 known variant impressions of the only state, 1 on paper, and 1 on fabric, outside the edition.
There may be variations in the fabrics used in this edition, as is commonly found in the old fabrics Bourgeois chose to use as printing surfaces. There may also be variations in the hemming within the edition, with some works having visible hems and others having invisible hems.
Dimensions throughout the edition vary slightly because of hemming and stretching fluctuations.
This is one of 25 screenprints on fabric that Bourgeois printed and editioned with Procuniar Workshop in 2002. All the compositions are abstract and are printed in red, but the sizes vary and the group was not issued together as a series. (See Cat. Nos. 298-322.)
This impression has been mounted to a backing board with cross stitches in each corner, and framed. Due to the nature of the mounting and framing of this work, the verso could not be examined.
Although the horizontal and vertical forms in this composition appear to be identical, they are slightly different and were printed with two screens, according to David Procuniar of Procuniar Workshop. Slight variations can be seen in the contours of the concentric cirlces and their alignment within the outermost circles.
"Louise Bourgeois: Recent Projects." Milwaukee, WI: Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, 2007.
Catalogue accompanying the exhibition "Louise Bourgeois: Recent Projects" held at the Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, from July 26–September 30, 2007.
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