Andy Mister: Reproduction & Representation

Artwork by Andy Mister

Tell me about your interest in photocopies and the look of reproduction.

Growing up as a kid who was into punk rock, the visual aesthetic of the photocopy was always present. It wasn’t until later that I began to associate that look with the work of artists like Warhol and Cady Noland. In my own work I’m interested in the way that different forms of reproduction imply or strip away meaning. I take a lot of images from history books, there’s a certain kind of printing...

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