Copy / Paste
// printing and reproduction techniques within mail_art
due date // 28 february 2021
curator // Monsenhor enVide neFelibata
info // email@example.com
maximum dimensions // 190 x 280 mm | 7.5 x 11 in
submission address // MONSENHOR ENVIDE NEFELIBATA | #COPYPASTE | R DO FALCAO 369 3E | 4300 181 PORTO PORTUGAL
show address // FACE - Fórum de Arte e Cultura de Espinho, Portugal
show dates // april 2021
// Printing techniques were never far apart from the art world as some might think. Woodcut, typography, silkscreen, lithograph, stencil, rubber stamps, 3D printing, digital printing, ... are a short list of various means of reproduction within our reach that are also explored for their artistic expression. Although some of these media may have arisen purely for the sake of reproduction and others with marketing intentions ... others had arise with a purely artistic vision. However, none of these techniques, sooner or later, escaped artists who use them for creating multiples or for their material expressiveness.
// It is therefore with this call and with this question in mind that we invite you to question multiples in artistic creation and printing techniques as expression, either through artworks or written statements.
// On our previous curated mail_art and art_by_mail open calls and exhibitions, we've dealt with similar content in a way raising the question: if physical prints of artwork meant to prevail only among the digital world may or not be considered art?
// Exhibitions on tour through Portugal are ALREADY confirmed. We'll keep you updated by email. There will be a digital book to be shared and spread around free of charge to all artists and partners.
At the moment the collection counts with 96 works from 30 artists from 18 different countries using 20 different printing techniques.
downloadCOPY PASTE - LOGOS.ZIP 20.8 Mb
POSTERS 20210410_20210605 001.JPG 6.4 Mb
POSTERS 20210410_20210605 002.JPG 3.1 Mb
POSTERS 20210410_20210605 003.JPG 4.3 Mb
POSTERS 20210410_20210605 004.JPG 3.6 Mb
POSTERS 20210410_20210605 005.JPG 3.9 Mb