"Repetition and Difference"

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Abstract

Prints surround us with words and images in the built environment from monumental billboards to small stickers directing us to our destination. The printed matrix is also evident in the materials and processes of residential and commercial architecture. As artists working with prints, how do we address and intersect with our built environments? Do we use the printed image to infiltrate the built environment, or to envision new utopian or dystopian ones? This session invites artists with an interest in the built environment, or who already address the built environment in their work, to exchange ideas, questions, and projects.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Feb 1 2015

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