"To know that we know what we know, and to know that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowledge." – Nicolaus Copernicus
Copernicus was a mathematician and astronomer who developed the heliocentric model of the universe, arguing that it was the Sun, not the Earth, that sat at the centre of the universe. In this piece, there is a tension between the scientific and the divine and celestial. Ancient Roman Gods are recast as contemporary figures. Their place in the heavens is slowly undone by scientific knowledge.
Print produced in a limited edition run of 50. Designed and crafted by The Distillery in Darlinghurst, Sydney. Letterpress printed with rubber-based inks, pressed into 300gsm 100% cotton rag with a 1964 Heidelberg KSBA press. Editioned with a certificate of authenticity. Available as a 420x520mm print, or as conservation framed with Tasmanian Oak.