Contemporary printmaking is a hybrid zone where the ranges of new technologies and different media merge and intersect. It is a territory where creations composed of incompatible parts are born and developed. It is a veritable breeding ground for interspecies hybrids.
This exhibition presents works difficult to be classified that still cannot be refused from immanent features of a printmaking medium – creative, two-stage thinking through matrix and print and/or evident multiplicity.
However, the exhibition does not focus strictly on printmaking as a tool and technological issues. Instead, it creates a broad, conceptual framework to accommodate innovative and bold ideas that can be fully expressed only through hybrid or augmented printing.
Charlotte Biszewski, Laura Bortoloni, Paul Catanese, Fuchen Chu, Laura Clarke, Deborah Cornell, Andrew Folan, Susana Gómez Larrañaga, Vanessa Gallardo Fernández, Bea Haines, OliverHa mbsch, Nicci Haynes, Magdalena Hlawacz, Raluca Iancu, Antía Iglesias Fernández, Michał Krawiec, Monika Lukowska, Graciela Machado, Judith Martinez Estrada, Jonathan McFadden, Małgorzata Oakes, Sioban Piercy, Nicole Pietrantoni, Przemek Pintal, Endi Poskovic, Paweł Puzio, Sarah Robinson, Suzie Smith, Daniela Tagowska, Patricia Villalobos Echeverría, Małgorzata ET BER Warlikowska, Xuewu Zheng,