Stone - plate - grease - water

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


This output was an international show, curated by Master Tamarind Printer and lecturer Paul Croft, at Aberystwyth School of Art. The exhibition was funded by; the Arts & Humanities Research Council, The Lodge Studio Dundrum, County Down, School of Art Aberystwyth,Y Tabernacle, MoMA Wales. It showcased the work of 64 selected artists from the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, Argentina and Jordan. The premise was to demonstrate both the versatility and the diversity of the process by including lithographs that have been conceived using as many different techniques and approaches as possible. As a result the exhibition embraces stone lithography; plate lithography including examples of zinc plate, aluminium plate and photoplate; waterless lithography including Toray plate; and mixed media prints that combine lithography with other processes such as etching, screen-printing and woodcut. The resulting exhibition posed an enquiry into the position of contemporary Lithography within the current context of progressive digital technologies. The exhibition toured to the Bankside Gallery, London in August 07 and a proposed tour is now being planned within the USA.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 12 Mar 2007
EventStone - plate - grease - water - MOMA, Machynlleth, Wales
Duration: 12 Mar 2007 → …


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