TR Ericsson, Can you hear her blacks crackle and drag?, Vacuum formed black polystyrene, 12×12 inches – 30.5×30.5 cm, Edition of 2 + 1 AP, 2018
In his comprehensive and compelling interview on Artsy, TR Ericsson reflects on his “Crackle & Drag” project, an extensive body of work he has been building on after being left with over a 100 years worth of family archive following his mother’s suicide in 2003. The interview offers some great insights into Ericsson’s practice and position as an artist, and contains a couple of thought-provoking quotes that give extra background to his current show “Industrial Poems – Poèmes Industriels” in Brussels.
Read the article here
(Left to right) TR Ericsson, Everyday Is Like Sunday, porcelain, 2005, I Want Your Body, 2003, bronze, Jeanne Robinson (Urns), 2017, Susie, c.1967, Crackle & Drag, 2013
While “Industrial Poems – Poèmes industriels” continues in Brussels, in Dallas there is a beautiful exhibition of a private collection, which contains several works from TR Ericsson.