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CSM Staff Print Show - January 2019
4-colour riso print
Rice bran oil ink on recycled paper
Bit of a late post, but I wanted to document it anyway.
Last month, I tried out a print method called risography for the first time and exhibited some riso prints at Central St Martins, Kings Cross along with fellow CSM print staff (pic above).
We showed some varied staff print practices since we moved our print resources together at the Kings Cross campus.
My project explored the process and playful nature of risography.
Drawing on the history of rice and soy beans in riso ink, I created a set of 4 colour way prints.
Despite some challenges in the process of working with multiple colours and passes, I found riso printing hugely rewarding and loved the freedom it afforded me and the results.
There was lots that went “wrong”, wrong things that looked “right” and some pleasing discoveries along the way.
For anyone that’s interested, it’s accessible with lots of studios popping up geared up to printing and teaching. I recommend giving it a go, even just for fun!
I hope to do more and try different papers in the printer in the coming months so come back. I’ll be sure to share them!
Pemulwuy on Australia Day. The much reproduced engraving by Samuel John Neele, c.1804 presented on our #TreeCurtain in #parramattapark. The #digitalprint juxtaposition with #oldgovernmenthouse was a #triptych of 3 #treecurtains adjacent to the #indigenous #heritagelisted #scartrees.
‘Pimbloy: Native of New Holland in A Canoe if That Country’ from publication by James Grant “The Narrative of a Voyage of Discovery Performed in H. M. Vessel Lady Nelson. 1803” (State Library)