Sunday, 27 September 2009

A Computer in the Art Room: the origins of British computer arts 1950-80 by Catherine Mason

This book documents the early days of digital exploration by artists. This interests me, because I am very interested in where print concedes the role of dispersal to digital media.
The book can be bought from Catherine Mason's website.

Sunday, 20 September 2009

The Khem by Chris Mercier 2009

The Khem - an animation deriving from "Squaredance" print performance.

Thursday, 17 September 2009

Julius Popp - Bit Fall 2006

A short documentary about German artist Julius Popp while setting up his work Bit.Fall in St Louis.

Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Dispersion by Seth Price 2002

A work freely distributed and dispersed in pdf format - download to read....

Tuesday, 15 September 2009

VENEZIA (all places contain all others) by Aleksandra Mir, 2009

A million free postcards, which can be written on and posted, were made available at the Venice Biennale this year by artist Aleksandra Mir.

John T Ford - Transitions from a traditional print practice.

John T Ford teaches Print Media at a US university, his entire push since he's been there is to transition this program from a tradition-only program to one that embraces lots of approaches to art-making. See their Art and Art History website:
and the print media blog:

House not a Home: Church Warden 2009 by John T Ford - Made of intaglio prints, wood string glue, old glass slides and found objects.

John T Ford -

Thursday, 10 September 2009

Death by Gun 1990

This is an endless stack of printed sheets is by Felix Gonzalez-Torres.

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Road-roller printmaking in Brighton

Here is something found on YouTube:
Printing a large linocut by Jane Sampson of BIP using a road roller driven by Jon Tutton. Originally a publicity stunt for Brighton Art Fair.

Friday, 4 September 2009

Impact 6 International multi-disciplinary printmaking conference 2009

Coming up very soon is the IMPACT conference in Bristol,Wed 16th - Sat 19th September 2009. It looks really interesting but doesn't come cheap.

Programme includes, Technological advances - content & ideas - international collaborations - applied arts - subversive multiples: activism in the community - academia 7 education - artists' books: international views - print in the social sphere - theoretical approaches to print - photographic/graphic - political printmaking - pigments v light: new approaches to colour mixing.
PLUS 70 exhibitions at venues across the city.

Thursday, 3 September 2009

Dehisce Linomation Print - Hand Carved Animation

Here's a piece by Mark Andrew Webber who seems to be doing some interesting stuff utilising the language of print.....