2006-2007 Acrylic on Paper

 

Localised-Rikki Kasso ©

Untitled, 2006, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 61 cm

 

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Walls of Berlin (Flower Face),2007, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

 

Walls of Belrin 1-Rikki Kasso ©

Walls of Berlin (Tied Up), 2007, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

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Untitled (Venus Man Trap), 2006, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

 

Rikki Kasso-Works on Paper 10Trilogy, 2006, acrylic latex on parchment paper, 55 x 60 cm

 

Rikki Kasso-Works on Paper 3Broken Rules of the Weak, 2006, acrylic latex on parchment paper, 50 x 65 cm

 

 

 

 

Rikki Kasso-Works on Paper 2Symphony Score, 2006, acrylic latex on parchment paper, 50 x 54.2 cm

 

 

Rikki Kasso-Works on Paper 1Dreaming Child,2006, acrylic latex on parchment paper, 50 x 65 cm

 

 

Untitled (Sad Boys), 2002, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

 

Rikki Kasso-Works on Paper 0Issues and Tissues, 2006, acrylic latex on parchment paper, 50.1 x 60.5 cm

2002 Acrylic on Paper

 

Princest Diary, 2002, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

Sisters, 2002, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

 

Baby Face, 2002, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

 

Fucking Face It, 2002, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

 

 

Untitled (Virgin Skull), 2002, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

 

The Last Kiss Was Practice, 2002, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

 

 

Untitled (Bethany), 2002, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

 

Licking Kitty, 2002, acrylic latex on paper, 45.2 x 60.9 cm

 

 

The Pantaku

 

 

 

 

The Pantaku, Tokyo Catch  (Diptych), 2010,
sumi ink on rice paper, dimensions variable

Inspired by the Japanese tradition of Gyotaku prints originating from the mid-19th century fishermen documenting their catch. Over time the prints were used  as an early form of photo transfer to record the memory of the catch before it is eaten. As well as a subtle boasting charm to show off to the other fishermen and family members. In this same process I have made transfer prints on rice paper of the underwear from women I have experienced and remain in my memory.