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"Unique" Matrix: Bodies, Performance and Encounters


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Accidental Objects in Printmaking

Lucia Cunningham

Academic, Artist, Student

Birmingham City University

I have been a practising and community artist for over 20 years - exhibiting and selling my work nationally and internationally as well as designing and delivering community art projects for galleries/museums, charities and private organisations. In that time I retrained as a teacher and became Head of Fine Art at a sixth form college in the UK. I recently left teaching to concentrate on my art practice. I am currently a full-time student in the second year of my PhD specialising in drawing at Birmingham Institute for Creative Arts, Birmingham City University, UK. My art practice explores drawing through trace made by human and non-human objects. Walking informs my drawing practice providing an opportunity to observe and engage with the world around me. Drawing is highlighted as a process of study, a way of paying attention, affecting the way I see and think that extends to a concern for objects that do not involve them being captured by likeness or representation. The research takes the standpoint that one of the ways in which objects matter is through their encounters with each other and with us.

Embodiment. Bodily Engaged Printmaking.

Zuzanna Dyrda

Printmaker, Academic, Curator, Artist, Printmaker, Academic, Curator, Artist

The Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław

Zuzanna Dyrda, born in Poland in 1987, is an artist, printmaker and researcher. She teaches at The Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław where she received her MFA degree in 2013 and a PhD degree in printmaking in 2017. Dyrda also obtained the BA in Cultural Studies at The University of Wrocław in 2011. She is a winner of The Professor Witold Skulicz Award at The International Print Triennial in Kraków in 2018.In her artwork she uses different printmaking techniques, experiments with various untraditional materials and substrates and focuses mostly on the conceptual and social aspects. Portfolio: zuzannadyrda.weebly.com

Performprint: collaboration and collective activity

Joel Gailer

Printmaker, Academic, Curator, Artist


Joel Gailer is an artist based in Melbourne, whose work explores print informed concepts such as the copy and the reproduction. He roams from medium to medium, using print, painting, sculpture, video and performance. Joel has exhibited nationally and internationally and his work is included in collections such as the National Gallery of Victoria, University of Southern Queensland, National Art School, Curtin University, RMIT University, Burnie Regional Gallery, City of Fremantle and private collections. He was the recipient of the Fremantle Print Prize in 2008 and has been awarded artist residencies at Art Haus National Art Gallery Solomon Islands, Megalo Print Studio Canberra and the Art Academy of China. He holds teaching posts at RMIT University and Deakin University. He completed a PhD at RMIT University and runs a Brunswick based studio, Cozens Street, and co-founded collaborative performance art project Performprint in partnership with Michael Menaghetti.

Jenny Mai Hall

Printmaker, Artist


Elizabeth Tomos

Academic, Artist, Student, Academic, Artist, Student

Falmouth University

I am an artist working, primarily, in the mediums of performance, drawing, and printmaking. I have exhibited across the UK and internationally, most recently at Sydney Contemporary. I am currently undertaking my PhD in Fine Art at Edinburgh College of Art where I am researching connections between printmaking and performance practices. In addition to being an artist, I have worked in Higher Education in the UK for just over ten years. I am currently a Lecturer in Fine Art at Falmouth University.

STATE OF PRINT (SOP): The history and legacy of the State

Paul Harrison


University of Dundee

Paul is an artist with a background in print, printmaking and publishing. His practice inherently combines the use of traditional print methods and materials with new and emerging technologies. He is currently appointed as a lecturer/researcher in Contemporary Arts Practice at the University of Dundee, Visual Research Centre (VRC) Print Publishing facility where he completed his PhD – ‘Designs for Life: art, science and collaboration – a practice led study in fine art printmaking’. He has since been instrumental in establishing Print Festival Scotland and co-convened the 2013 Impact 8 International Printmaking Conference. His research interests include an on-going investigation into the relationships between art and science - particularly the inter-relations of visual arts and biological sciences. In recent years he has been engaged in projects with scientists at the University of Dundee, the Human Genetics Unit, MRC, Edinburgh and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory New York. For several years he was the resident artist at the Human Genome Organisation (HUGO) and visiting fellow/artist in residence at the Centre for Economic and Social Aspects of Genomics (CESAGen) at the University of Cardiff. He is currently associate artist with EpiGeneSys, European Network of Excellence based at the Institut Curie, Paris and was recently appointed Cameron Visiting Scholar in Northern and Circumpolar Research at the University of Alberta.

Noelle Noonan

Printmaker, Academic, Curator, Artist

Limerick School of Art and Design, Ireland

Noelle Noonan’s work traverses the boundaries between traditional printmaking and new technologies in a progressively experimental manner. Recently she has been collaborating with fellow artist Catherine Hehir using a number of different media but primarily print. The process of multiplicity in printmaking is strongly evident in the work presenting opportunities to develop expanded print forms. Noelle lectures on the BA Programme in Print and Contemporary Practice at Limerick School of Art and Design, Ireland .

Catherine Hehir

Academic, Artist

MTU Crawford college of Art and Design

As a practicing artist and fine art lecturer with a primary focus on print media I wish to explore the relationships between print and emergent technologies – and how these relationships impact on collaborative and interdisciplinary practices. My practice has included the development of several forms of collaborative endeavour, such as a series of large scale durational and ephemeral projects with fellow Artist Noelle Noonan. (as Hehir & Noonan), a founder member and board member of Cork Printmakers and as a co-initiator of an international collective project titled State of Print – that questions the structures and mechanisms of state in relation to print. These collaborations have led to print projects performances and events, to many awards and funding from the Irish Arts council and Culture Ireland, enabling to attend and contribute to many international print conferences and symposia such as the IMPACT 10, Spain, 2018, IMPACT 8, China, 2015, IMPACT 9 ,Dundee, 2013, The SNAP , Print conference Bentlag, Germany in 2006 and the First Edition Print Conference in Cork in 2017. Since my appointment at MTU CCAD , I have become a pivotal and influential member of core teaching staff and I am responsible for managing the flagship BA(HONS) Fine Art Degree final year 4 program. Also as a past graduate from at CCAD, following on from this I attended the Limerick School of Art & Design where I graduated with a Higher Diploma with Distinction. Followed on from this with postgraduate study at the University of Ulster Graduating in 2002 with Postgraduate Diploma with distinction in 2002 and in 2004 I was awarded a Masters of Art also with distinction. During my time at the University of Ulster I was also awarded a prestigious scholarly bursary to attend /study at University of Fine Art Zhejiang where I carried out extensive research in traditional and non traditional print making processes and also taught classes with the Fine art /printmaking students on their undergraduate fine art and post graduate programs.

Scott Hudson

Printmaker, Printmaker

Dundee Print Collective

Scott Hudson is a printmaker based in Dundee, Scotland. Graduating in 1996 from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design-University of Dundee, in Illustration and Printmaking. Currently employed at Dundee Contemporary Arts as a Print Studio coordinator. He established Dundee Print Collective (DPC) in 2014, to promote and encourage printmaking as a social, educational and creative collaboration between individuals from diverse and different walks of life. DPC has a growing membership, with over one hundred artists creating limited editions, exhibiting in Scotland and internationally.

Printing With the Body: the City as Studio, Architecture as Printing Matrix, Capturing the Transience of Heritage

Elizabeth Briel

Printmaker, Curator, Artist, Printmaker, Artist

EBriel Studio

Elizabeth Briel was born in California. She received a BFA in Painting from the University of Minnesota, and has lived and worked over a decade in Greater China. Her prints, paintings, and installations deal with the sensation of belonging nowhere yet being equally (un)comfortable anywhere. They begin with materials imbued with meaning—papers devastated by a typhoon or made of military uniforms, paints of bone and lead—and frequently incorporate architectural elements. She has exhibited in four continents, and works as artist-in-residence with the Yew Chung Education Foundation in Hong Kong. Her public studio is located in Hong Kong's Creative Arts Centre, #6-15.