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Pushing the Role of Works on Paper at FAR

Published March 28, 2014
FAR proof imagery

Rushin and SCAP Artist in Residence, AB Gorham, proof imagery at the press

formLab Project Fellow, Sam Kronick, made his final site visit in mid-March. Kronick designed an edition of prints using WIFI network logging data collected during the workshop he conducted on his previous visit. With the help of SCAP staffers, he produced laser engraved plates used to create embossed imagery, which was then augmented with laser engraved mark making. Kronick wrapped up his visit by giving a well-attended lecture about his body of work and experience at FAR.

Judy Rushin (CVATD Painting Faculty) also conducted an exploration in paper this past month. Collaborating with SCAP Director, Denise Bookwalter, Rushin made progress on an artist’s book related to her participatory painting project, Variance Invariance, which was produced as part of a 2013 FAR Project opportunity. The resulting work will be an edition of small collections of imagery activated by viewer interaction.