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    The backdrop of nuclear rain, more than a passing shower, is an index of books of knowledge.

    A tragic irony.

    The quote is from "An introduction to metaphysics" my Martin Heidegger.  America wanted a clear day for photography.

    David Archer lives and works in the north of England, where he was born, and for the best part of fifty years has been active in creating surrealist works.

    The series of works for this exhibition are found objects, assisted readymades, toys, commonplace items, junk etc.  He frees them from 'normal perception, and finds enchantment and unusual destinies from their once mundane history, into an alternative and poetic history.

    A shift. An entering into the 'marvellous'.

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The backdrop of nuclear rain, more than a passing shower, is an index of books of knowledge.

A tragic irony.

The quote is from "An introduction to metaphysics" my Martin Heidegger.  America wanted a clear day for photography.

David Archer lives and works in the north of England, where he was born, and for the best part of fifty years has been active in creating surrealist works.

The series of works for this exhibition are found objects, assisted readymades, toys, commonplace items, junk etc.  He frees them from 'normal perception, and finds enchantment and unusual destinies from their once mundane history, into an alternative and poetic history.

A shift. An entering into the 'marvellous'.

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On a Clear Day 08

by  David Archer
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    The backdrop of nuclear rain, more than a passing shower, is an index of books of knowledge.

    A tragic irony.

    The quote is from "An introduction to metaphysics" my Martin Heidegger.  America wanted a clear day for photography.

    David Archer lives and works in the north of England, where he was born, and for the best part of fifty years has been active in creating surrealist works.

    The series of works for this exhibition are found objects, assisted readymades, toys, commonplace items, junk etc.  He frees them from 'normal perception, and finds enchantment and unusual destinies from their once mundane history, into an alternative and poetic history.

    A shift. An entering into the 'marvellous'.

    Delivery information
    International & UK orders are shipped using RoyalMail and UPS. Standard Delivery is £3.95 for Royal Mail 48hr Tracked (times will vary depending on the service selected and your location). UK 1-2 days | INTL 2 - 5 days Returns and Refunds
    Should you change your mind or are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 7 working days of receiving your order to request a refund or exchange.
    more info HERE

The backdrop of nuclear rain, more than a passing shower, is an index of books of knowledge.

A tragic irony.

The quote is from "An introduction to metaphysics" my Martin Heidegger.  America wanted a clear day for photography.

David Archer lives and works in the north of England, where he was born, and for the best part of fifty years has been active in creating surrealist works.

The series of works for this exhibition are found objects, assisted readymades, toys, commonplace items, junk etc.  He frees them from 'normal perception, and finds enchantment and unusual destinies from their once mundane history, into an alternative and poetic history.

A shift. An entering into the 'marvellous'.

Delivery information
International & UK orders are shipped using RoyalMail and UPS. Standard Delivery is £3.95 for Royal Mail 48hr Tracked (times will vary depending on the service selected and your location). UK 1-2 days | INTL 2 - 5 days Returns and Refunds
Should you change your mind or are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 7 working days of receiving your order to request a refund or exchange.
more info HERE
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