10572 115 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 3K6
Jan 29 - Jan 29
11am - 12:30pm MST
Joining us from Berlin, Artist Miguel A. Aragon will guide us through a discussion and presentation of a conceptual approach to making an impression. Through this he will dig further into new technologies and experimental approaches for matrix creation.
A print is a work of art existing in multiple identical examples. It is created not by drawing directly, but through an indirect transfer process using a matrix, which is essentially a surface that contains the design or image. In this session Aragon will explore the definition of and concepts for PRINT and MATRIX, where unconventional materials and processes, as well as Rapid prototyping technologies (3D printing, laser engraving, CNC milling, plotters, etc.) are used as a matrix, or to create such matrix and/or the resulting impression. The resulting “print” doesn’t have to be a permanent imprint, but also a temporary reproduction.
Saturday, January 29 11am – 12:30pm MST
This programming is funded by the Edmonton Arts Council through the Connections and Exchanges Organizational Initiatives Grant.
SNAP is happy to provide this programming at no cost to participants.
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