Co-curators Nicholas Dowgwillo (2D Media Studio Coordinator), Sally Clegg (Stamps Lecturer; MFA ’20), and Ellie Schmidt’s (MFA ’22) exhibition “Solid States: Image/Object in the Age of 3D Printing” will be presented at the online IMPACT-11 International Printmaking Conference, hosted by Hong Kong Open Print Shop April 20 – 25, 2021. The exhibition brings together the work of a diverse group of artist/printmakers with a wide range of approaches to the potentialities and poetics of 3D printing, broadly defined and explored within the technological contexts and traditions of the printmaking studio.
- Miguel A. Aragon
- Sally Clegg
- Nicholas Dowgwillo
- Jason J. Ferguson
- Leah Mackin
- Marilene Oliver
- Ellie Schmidt
- Imin Yeh
In conjunction with this exhibition, the curatorial team is supporting the conference attendance of 15 Stamps undergraduate fellows, sponsored by funding from the Stamps Office of Research. Student fellows will be gathering for a pre-conference accessibility and inclusion workshop, attending selected virtual conference events, and reporting on their experiences for a forthcoming feature on the Stamps website. Undergraduate student fellows are Kristina Rogers, Jessie Rice, Melanie Roza, Erin Ruark, Gabe Brower, Emily Tamulewicz, Zihao Zhou, Isabella Kehoe, Yasmine Elhagehassan, Elizabeth Hungerman, Anya Lebedeva, Jacob Napier, LaKyla Thomas, Maggie Wiebe, and Naomi Shand.
Special thanks to Hong Kong Open Print Shop, The Stamps Office of Research, Associate Dean Jane Prophet and the Stamps DE&I Committee for making this project possible.
Solid States: Image/Object in the Age of 3D Printing | IMPACT-11