building a database of digital print workshops, studios & ateliers

Hi


I am doing PhD research with Grays School of Art in Aberdeen Scotland, which is looking at new ideas of physicality in printmaking practice when using digital processes in making and
sharing prints.


I am building a database of print workshops, studios & ateliers – in particular those who are really getting into digital:-


·       as part of the process


·       as a final means of printing in itself


·       as a means of sharing / selling / collaborating


 


Therefore could you help me out? – With the names / websites / emails and contacts of people  /studios you know of / work in - that fit this category.


 


Many thanks


Paul


 


Paul Thompson


PhD Research Student


Grays School of Art


Robert Gordon University


Aberdeen


 


p.thompson@rgu.ac.uk


www.paul-thompson.org

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Hi Paul, perhaps the following link may be helpful

http://www.computergrafiken-digitale-kunst.de

Uwe
Paul - how is this project going? I don't think we had too many printmakers when you posted this. The only one I knew, which I am sure you have, is Jon Cone's.
PS: It would be great if you could invite some/all of the printmaking artists you know to this site. The work on the link you gave is awesome!

many thanks  - you are very kind - i was just looking at your work which is really interesting  - layers etc -  had you thought of submitting to my digital print art exchange

http://paul-thompson.org/www.printmaking2-0.info/born-digital/index...

 

regards

 

paul

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