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The Evolving System, international invitational printmaking portfolio
Mid-America National Printmaking Conference 2014 (2014)
  • Christopher Ganz, Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne
Abstract

Intaglio print on chine colle', "Reclamation" 11" x 14", created for 'The Evolving System" themed portfolio, an invitational international printmaking exchange portfolio exhibition, displayed Whitdel Arts Center in collaboration with the Mid American Printmaking Conference hosted by Wayne State, Detroit, MI, Sept. 12 – Oct. 18, 2014

Keywords
  • printmaking,
  • portfolios
Publication Date
Summer August 14, 2014
Publisher Statement
Organized by Bill Hosterman (associate professor of Art and Design, Grand Valley State University), The Evolving System investigates the relationship between the dynamics of a working system that allows and accepts change as a means of evolving and adapting. It uses the common connections between the way that prints and cities are both established systems that by necessity and opportunity are in the process of allowing previous and new strategies to exist simultaneously. At times, this relationship is one of agreement, while at other times, it is one of conflict and challenge. As an artistic medium, printmaking has a long history of effective working methods. It has been transforming with the advent of new technologies and the definition of what constitutes a multiple. As opposed to shedding the previous ways of working and thinking, the community of printmakers is adapting to the change, at times embracing and at times questioning the current directions of the medium.
Citation Information
Christopher Ganz. "The Evolving System, international invitational printmaking portfolio" Mid-America National Printmaking Conference 2014 (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/christopher_ganz/25/