B-Side Artist Edition Caps
Sanja Pahoki, Jason Phu, Stanislava Pinchuk
13–28 Oct 2021
The 2021 Blindside artist-edition has arrived and is on sale now.
Following the success of the 2020 artist-edition puzzles – by Atong Atem, Matthew Harris and Honey Long & Prue Stent – which sustained us all through lockdown, this year it’s wearable art.
Blindside has commissioned caps designed by Sanja Pahoki, Jason Phu and Stanislava Pinchuk in an edition of 100 each. In 100% cotton with embroidered design, these high quality caps are a stylish, sun-smart choice and an art conversation-starter for your next picnic.
The Answer to All My Problems 2007
"He said that I had a strong life line. I said that was good because I was worried about dying and had a lot of anxiety. He paused and said, ‘do meditation and exercise and you will be alright’."
It is nice to give someone a hat. It is also nice to give someone a call, a compliment or some delicious food 2021
"I hope people will buy this hat to help Blindside out and then give the hat to someone they love."
Dada / Data 2021
"This cap is a kind of play between the absurdity of Dada - and exactly 100 years later, the absolute surreality of this age that we’re in, ruled by big data."
Each cap is $55.00 + $10 postage.
Please note: due to the impact of COVID-19, Australia Post is experiencing ongoing delays. Delivery may be a little slower than usual.
Sanja Pahoki is a Croatian born visual artist currently living in Melbourne, Australia. Pervasive technologies such as photography, video and neon are employed by Sanja to explore observations from everyday life. With a background in philosophy and psychology, and working primarily with photography, Sanja is a keen and sensitive observer of social interactions. Existential concerns such as irony, anxiety and angst are prevalent in her artworks. Sanja is currently the Head of Photography at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne and is represented by Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne.
Jason Phu is currently a studio artist at Gertrude Contemporary and is represented by STATION Gallery.
Stanislava Pinchuk is a Ukrainian-Australian artist working with data-mapping the changing topographies of war & conflict zones. Her work spans from drawing, to sculpture, tattooing, photography, installation and film.
Courtesy of the artist & Yavuz Gallery.