Show simple item record Croft, Paul Arp, Kimberly Paul Baribeau, Helen Barnes, Michael Britton, Daniel Christison, Tom Clarke, Alastair Cline, Clinton Creenaune, Danielle Douglas, Emily Arthur Driesbach, John Flanders, April Greider, William Haas, Kevin Kelly, Brian Kimball, Wayne Macklin, Judy Elizabeth Peterson, Richard Pitt, Shelia Polk, Andrew Polk, Kathryn Rush, Kent Satoshi, Takahira Seckinger, Linda Vaden, Cerese Yazzi, Melanie 2013-09-03T21:44:56Z 2013-09-03T21:44:56Z 2008-03-23
dc.identifier.citation Croft , P , Arp , K P , Baribeau , H , Barnes , M , Britton , D , Christison , T , Clarke , A , Cline , C , Creenaune , D , Douglas , E A , Driesbach , J , Flanders , A , Greider , W , Haas , K , Kelly , B , Kimball , W , Macklin , J E , Peterson , R , Pitt , S , Polk , A , Polk , K , Rush , K , Satoshi , T , Seckinger , L , Vaden , C & Yazzi , M , The Machine Stops Ink-Jet My Foot : Developing Strategies for Digital Lithography , 2008 , Exhibition , University of Arizona Press , Tucson . en
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dc.description The Machine Stops (Inkjet My Foot! ) Organizers: Andrew Polk and Kathryn Polk University of Arizona, Tucson E.M. Forster's 1909 short story, The Machine Stops describes a humanity threatened by its complete dependence upon the technology it created. Forgetting that it was the original creator of the Machine humankind grows to deify it, to worship it, and ultimately, to follow it to its own demise. 

The Machine Stops (or Inkjet My Foot!) is a limited edition print portfolio inspired by Forster's short story. Using his prescient masterpiece as a point of reference, the portfolio explores relationships between humanity and the technological world that is increasingly encompassing it. The intent is to present a collection of fine art prints contemplating the virtues of technological progress through representational, abstract and non-representational imagery. It showcases traditional hand lithography as a central medium while incorporating other such processes that accommodate the theme. The print Lexicon Series: Tarn submitted for this portfolio is a 4-run lithograph incorporating computer generated digital washes printed from plate and conventional drawing printed from stone. The print was produced as a split edition of 30 and XVIII ; 25; Non-digital en
dc.description.abstract International Portfolio of Lithography presented as an elaborate box set of 25 prints by 25 artists from USA, UK and elsewhere. Inspired by the short story The Machine Stops by E.M. Forster published in 1909, this portfolio provided artists with the opportunity to explore the interface between traditional and digital processes of printmaking as they are used in lithography. Organised and curated by Andrew and Kathryn Polk at The University of Arizona in Tucson, the prints were first exhibited at The Southern Graphics Council Conference in Richmond, Virginia USA. The work has subsequently been exhibited at other venues across the USA including University of Louisiana at Lafayette during August 2008, and at The University of Arizona in Tucson in August 2009. The Southern Graphics Council has retained one complete portfolio and another set has been presented to The School of Art Collection at Aberystwyth University en
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dc.publisher University of Arizona Press
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dc.subject Lithography en
dc.subject Digital en
dc.subject Collaboration en
dc.title The Machine Stops Ink-Jet My Foot : Developing Strategies for Digital Lithography en
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dc.contributor.institution School of Art en
dc.contributor.institution Department of Lifelong Learning en

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