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Zoe Beloff, Automatic Writing (2011)

Zoe Beloff, Automatic Writing (2011)


Site Edition No. 1
Automatic Writing, 2012

Edition of 10
Numbered, dated and signed by the artist
Pigment print (high end digital print quality)
Printed on Epson Cold Press Bright
Includes a Certificate of Authenticity
97.5 x 61cm

Price: Unframed edition £180 / Framed edition £315

To coincide with Zoe Beloff ’s exhibition The Infernal Dream of Mutt & Jeff Site commissioned a unique print, presenting an exclusive opportunity to purchase original work from this acclaimed artist.

Only available from Site Gallery, limited to ten editions.

To purchase:

To purchase, you may order here through the online shop.

Delivery is charged according to your location. Prints will be shipped in a strong cardboard tube and sent by recorded delivery.

You may chose to collect your print from Site Gallery in person.

Alternatively, call into the shop, phone 0114 281 2077 or email Jane Faram.

Please enquire if you require a quote for shipping.

Printing process


We recommend bespoke framing for this print by Zoe Beloff, we can offer a special discounted price by our neighbouring printing and framing studio; Archipelago Works.

This bespoke frame including mount, is available for £135 and can be ordered by adding framing to your purchase above.

About the artist
Zoe Beloff grew up in Edinburgh, Scotland. In 1980 she moved to New York to study at Columbia University where she received an MFA in Film. Her work has been featured in international exhibitions and screenings; venues include the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the M HKA museum in Antwerp, and the Pompidou Center in Paris. She has been working with the Christine Burgin Gallery on a number of artist projects that include books and prints.

Zoe works with a wide range of media including film, projection performance, installation and drawing. She considers herself a medium, an interface between the living and the dead, the real and the imaginary. Each project aims to connect thepresent to past so that it might illuminate the future in new ways. She is currently exploring utopian ideas of social progress. Her current project is The Days of the Commiune: a work in progress

More information on Site Editions

Site Editions follows the model of artists such as William Hogarth from the 17th century, who funded their production through subscriptions, where patrons bought books and prints in advance of their production to ensure the costs of production was secured in advance.
Site Gallery only prints editions once we have confirmed income to guarantee the work is printed to the highest quality and is offered at an affordable price.

Site Edition 1: Zoe Beloff, Automatic Writing (only 4 remaining)

Site Edition 2: Bill Drummond (sold out)

Site Edition 3: Juneau Projects, Warning Signs (only 6 remaining)

Site Edition 4: Ernest Edmonds

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