Jillian Allan – Sadb thought quietly to herself, ‘I knew I should’ve brought my gloves’

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Linocut, hand-coloured with pigment ink
Edition of 40
Image size: 39.5 x 32.9 cm
Paper size: 76 x 56 cm
PCA Print Commission 2007

The story of Sadb originates from Irish mythology. This tale speaks of a gentle woman who must, because of an evil enchantment, live much of her life as a deer. My current work explores the transformative nature of beings like Sadb who exist as half-women, half-beast on a full time or part time basis. It also questions whether there is a hidden agenda or purpose to their guide, and if the notion of a half-life exists outside the realm of myth in a contemporary context.

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