Harmony Korine's multifaceted practice spans anything from experimental films, zines, and skateboards through to artist books and photographs. Notorious for the unsettling content of his oeuvre, Korine explores disturbing themes such as youth violence, mental disorder, drug abuse, and AIDs in non-linear works instilled with a distinct sense of the bizarre. It is with this troubling, uneasy subject matter that Korine made a name for… Read more
About the artwork
Harmony Korine is most well known for his cinematographic work featuring sociopaths, gangsters, and violent teenagers from the backwoods. His paintings and drawings are also populated with grim figures rendered with rough brushstrokes and smeared colors. In this print we see two ghost-like figures with bunny ears in the water which stem from the artists' directorial debut of the experimental art film Gummo in 1997.