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In-Between. A body of print assemblages which explores combinations of traditional and digital printmaking processes in order to develop visual equivalents for temporal flux and change.

Lookup NU author(s): Professor Christopher Jones


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This project explored how combinations of printmaking and collage might be used to develop visual equivalents for the processes and structures of memory and the characteristic of flux and change implicit in them. W.G. Sebald's Vertigo was taken as a reference point and various sites of temporal and spatial change were studied in order to provide material and imagery for the development of a body of print assemblages. Digital, intaglio, woodblock, photographic and serigraphic print processes were combined in the production of these works. The series was exhibited in a solo exhibition at Japan House Gallery, Daiwa Anglo Japanese Foundation, London, 10 September – 9 October 2008. The exhibition was accompanied by a public lecture event on the 17th. September with a lecture by the artist, introduction to the exhibition by John Milner, Emeritus Professor, Courtauld Institute and a question and answer session. Research and development for the project was enabled by a Daiwa Foundation Small Grant Award, 2008 which facilitated study visits to print collections in Kyoto and Tokyo, and site visits in the Kansai region.

Publication metadata

Artist(s): Jones C

Publication type: Exhibition

Publication status: Published

Year: 2008

Number of Pieces: 12

Venue: Japan House Gallery

Location: Daiwa Anglo Japanese Foundation, London, UK

Source Publication Date: 10 Septemeber 2008 - 9 October 2008

Media of Output: Portfolio