Ghosts: An Exhibition at the Impact 8 International Printmaking Conference

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


A series of images that, through repetition, produce a visual dialogue around their similarities and differences. They present photographs of models of human forms made in my studio, silhouetted behind paper screens that almost fill the picture plane. They are printed using a variety of digital and hand-printed, intaglio techniques (inkjet, etching, photopolymer, photo-etching, photograph) that exploit subtle differences in quality of surface central to printmaking’s multi-media aesthetic. By re-presenting images in the series in different media, in positive and negative formats, on different scales, they create a dialogue between materials, between old and new media, between reality and fiction, between print and photography. {My investigation of dialogues between media links with the proposal I have put forward with Ruth Pelzer to give an illustrated talk/conversation about intermediality in print.}
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUniversity of Dundee
Publication statusPublished - 28 Sep 2013


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