Frances Disley

= x +, 2016
Silkscreen print
29.5 x 21cm
Edition of 50
Signed and numbered by the artist

FLASH SALE
20% discount until 17 December (was £120)
£96.00
BUY NOW

Frances Disley (b.1976, Warrington, UK) lives in Liverpool, UK. Disley seeks to expose the thought processes of the artist when wrestling with form and colour. She uses her own body to animate the crude painted objects and surfaces that she creates.

Frances Disley is one of three artists invited to transform a double decker bus for Liverpool Biennial 2016. The buses can be seen driving on routes through the City Centre, South Liverpool, North Liverpool and the Wirral. Disley’s bus Blaze is inspired by the success story of Liverpool-born Eunice Huthart, the only contestant on 1990s TV action game-show Gladiators to become a ‘Gladiator’ herself. Blaze depicts the artist as a painted character with the power to blend into her own artwork. = x + borrows directly from Blaze.

Recent projects and solo exhibitions include the performance Roll Fix Slip, Bluecoat Performance Space, Liverpool, UK (2015); SSSS, White Wizard, Liverpool, UK (2015); Exchange Rates, a collaboration with Patte Loper, Schema Projects, New York, USA (2015). Recent group shows include SCOUSE HOUSE, Syson Gallery, Nottingham, UK (2015); Art Copenhagen (with Paper Gallery), Copenhagen, Denmark (2015).



The sale of Limited Editions directly supports Liverpool Biennial's new commissions, exhibitions, talks and education programmes.

Contact Us
If you would like to discuss your purchase with us, please contact Rosalind Stockill during office hours on 0151 203 3571. Alternatively please email rosalind@biennial.com. Emails will be responded to within one working day.

Delivery and Framing
Each limited edition comes unframed and will be professionally packed and shipped. If you would like to frame your edition, we recommend using R Jackson & Sons framing services in Liverpool City Centre, who have the specifications for each of our prints. Call them on 0151 709 2647 to find out more.

Terms & Conditions
To read the full terms & conditions of sale, please click here. Prices may increase incrementally as editions sell.

Framed edition photography by Rob Battersby.