Training Nature. Transforming Reduction into Multi-Plate Relief Prints
Rapport fra KUF-prosjektet Training Nature - Transforming reduction to multi-plate relief prints (170.9Kb)
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The purpose of the research was to revisit the process of carving the block and apportion more time in the studio to printing; to explore colour’s interdependence between static and active as an expressive form of perceptual dynamism. By remixing in colour, in three beats, in five beats, seven beats, twenty-four beats, the research led to new print-making idioms re-interpreted by post-production in music-making, generating a new methodology to my artistic practice. Documentation on Instagram The artistic research project was chronologically documented on Instagram (@VictoriaBrowne_), a mobile photo-sharing application and service that allows users to share photographs, videos and live broadcasts publicly or privately. Between August 2016 and January 2017, I uploaded 250 posts documenting data gathered in the field, activities in the studio, exhibitions visited and the outcome presented as a series of lectures and an exhibition. #GOSH Exhibition The outcome of the research was presented as an exhibition in the reception gallery during the inaugural Artistic Research Week at KHiO, for five hundred staff and students and an additional estimated two hundred international visitors over five days. #GOSH comprised of wall-mounted prints, a sound track, a sktechbook, a pamphlet publication, a series of relief blocks, a slide presentation and two reference books.