In Place | Print Exchange 2020
Group exhibition by participating SNAP Members
This year’s print exchange invited artists to engage with the ways that everyday life has been disrupted by the global pandemic, and to use this disruption to create small print editions at home. In Place had artists considering ideas of “staying in place,” “in place of,” or connecting to the place they’re in. This theme was interpreted broadly in response to the current global health situation, artists’ own experiences during this time, or the act of creating at home rather than sharing space with our community at SNAP Printshop. Artists have employed a wide range of printmaking methods such as relief/stamping, frottage, stencils/serigraphy, embossment, and more to create their editions of 6 in whatever at-home set-up they may have.
View the prints 24/7 in our Gallery B window (south) or download the PDF here.
On display now through July 18th.
Alex R.M. Thompson
digital dirt (Jeff Bell)
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