The Artling Logo

‘quite alchemy‘By Irmi Moser

Find Similar


US$ 380



Giclée Print, Archival giclée print on hahnemühle bamboo 290g paper mounted on wood

Edition of 10

Dimensions: 40cm (H) x 30cm (W) x 1.2cm (D) / 15.7" (H) x 11.8" (W) x 0.5" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


This item ships from Austria

Please note that this item is unframed and will be shipped flat

Buy With Confidence

Collect from reputable artists and galleries

Ships securely to your door

Certificates of Authenticity with each artwork

Artist Statement

Edition of 10 + 2AP(artist proof) hand signed by artist and numbered on verso. IRMI MOSER artwork prints are available in limited editions. This series in Giclée print on Hahnemühle Bamboo paper is additionally mounted on wood (MDF 12mm) with a picture keyhole hangar on backside.
The artwork is premium quality fine art paper (90% Bamboo, 10% Cotton) that delivers their detail and colour accuracy and a handmade feel . The prints are realized by a high end print studio with extensive experience in the field of professional gallery and museum exhibition. The artwork is sold unframed and will be carefully protected for safe international shipping. This artwork takes two (2) weeks for realisation.
The artwork 'series nine / 1' results from an analog process using copper and a corroding process to explore an "uncontrolled" painting-like surface, photographed and digitally processed, which is new to my art practice. Using mostly natural materials like stone, copper, bitumen, concrete, wire, wood, textile and wax, found on construction sites or in my everyday environment, I try to challenge the material. Departing from an intuitive approach I transform the material into a body, a structure or surface, where material and shape relate one another - be it elegant, minimalist or raw.


Artist Profile

Hometown: Salzburg
Based in: Salzburg

Irmi Moser combines in her artistic practice analog and digital processes and focuses on architecture and its layers as a context for environments and structural forms. Using mostly found materials on construction sites or in her everyday environment she tries to transform them into a body, a structure or surface, …


Visit Artist Profile Page

Back to Top