RE:PRINT edited by Véronique Chance and Duncan Ganley, brings together the work of twenty contemporary artists working in the field of expanded printmaking, to explore the relationship between print media, interdisciplinary art and new technologies. A hybrid of art object, book, physical and electronic form, RE:PRINT addresses concerns of reproducibility, technical developments and inter-medial approaches in contemporary art. Through an interplay of image and text from a diverse range of practitioners, RE:PRINT critically rethinks the notion of ‘print’ as both artwork and published multiple and debates what is print in the twenty first century. RE:PRINT includes work by: Jo Stockham, Jo Love, Steve Lovett, Rob Smith, Asim, Véronique Chance, Susana Gómez Larrañaga, Kelcy Davenport, Nerma Cridge, Fay Hoolahan, Richard Kearns, Annis Fitzhugh, James Hutchinson, Monique Jansen, Duncan Ganley, Mark Shaw, Nick Devison, Mark Graver, Meg Rahaim and Emily Godden. Designed in collaboration with CHK Design studio, London. Series editor: Gordon Shrigley. My written contribution to re:print is entitled, 'Depresentation, Re-presentation'. It is a brief text delineating the key concept from the conference paper, "Re-presentation: A Tactical Approach to 21st Century Visibility." Images from the series, Gods Eyes, were also included.
Citation : CHANCE, V. and GANLEY, D. (2018) re:print. London: Marmalade Publishers
ISBN : 978-0-9933373-2-1
Research Group : Fine Art Practices
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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