IMPACT Printmaking Journal

Current Issue

Vol. 3 (2024)
Published 14 May 2024
Impact 12 Proceedings // Panel Sessions and Reflective papers

Dear all Printmakers,

I hope this finds you well, inky creative and productive.

Welcome to Volume 3, comprising fifteen more presentations from the Impact Conference in Bristol 2023. These are reflective papers from a range of panels. Once again we hope you enjoy them and that they sustain you over the forthcoming months. Please also read the latest Issue 7, which includes open-access peer-reviewed academic publications and a series of short essays by recent alumni from the MA in Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking at UWE. And of course, many other fascinating articles from our Impact Journal Archive.

Here at the Centre for Print Research, we have been busy collaborating on an international Artist in Residence Programme and the CFPR Editions, where you can access artists' conversations, the development of the prints and editions, and a final artist booklet reflecting on each journey. 

Following up on the recent Exploration of Colour exhibition and Colour in Art Seminar hosted at CFPR, UWE, on the 10th of April, we called for artists working in the field of colour and are currently working on editing these articles into a Special Issue. If you are interested in coordinating a specially themed issue, please get in contact.

We hope you approve of the format of the papers, designed with thumbnails along the side and an image gallery of a larger scale at the end. We always like to receive feedback and ideas for new articles, so please do get in touch at impact.journal@uwe.ac.uk  ; we regularly share research updates and print activities and opportunities via Instagram for CFPR_Research and CFPR_Editions

Until the next issue

Best of wishes

Carinna Parraman (Editor)

Articles

Bess Frimodig
14
Scraps Of A Dying Chef: A Story of Print, Food and Trauma
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ13
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Judith Martinez Estrada
9
Memory Flags: An Impossible Typology
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ1
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Fungai Marima
10
Body As Archive: Re-Imagination Of Identities Within Contemporary Practices Through The Lens Of The Performing (Black) African Female Body
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ6
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Andrew Hurle
10
Toward a Genealogy of Certification
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ11
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Isidora Papadouli
8
The Bodily Absence: How Viewers Experience Two-Dimensional Works of Art in Virtual Exhibitions
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ4
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Leonie Connellan
10
Learning to Listen
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ9
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Paul Coldwell
11
Still Life: Paul Coldwell in Dialogue with Giorgio Morandi
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ14
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Elpitha Tsoutsounakis
10
Printing Ochre: A research Practice in Mapping Colour
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ2
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Gemma Thompson
12
Collaborative Visual Scores: Using the Multiplicity of Print to Share a Series of Etchings (Visual Scores) With Selected Musicians in Exchange for Their Sonic Interpretation
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ7
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Chun Wai (Wilson) Yeung
17
Print Imaging Practice: From Individual to Collective Practice
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ12
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Steve Royston Brown
12
From Bureau to Micro-Industry: A New Studio Model for Digitally Printed Ceramic Enamels
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ5
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Adrian Ranger
13
Post-Print: The Moment of Compression as Event
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ10
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Helen Elizabeth Mann
12
Staging Material Encounters: Relating To The More-Than-Human
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ15
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Anne Heyvaert, Antía Iglesias Fernández
13
Subjective Nature: Graphical Derivations From the Scientific Imprint of Tropical Tree Seedlings Through Parameterised Technological Interfaces
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ3
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Victoria Arney
9
Songs of Return
https://doi.org/10.54632/1305.IMPJ8
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IMPACT Printmaking Journal     ISSN 2732-5490   

 

IMPACT stands for ‘International Multi-disciplinary Printmaking: Artists, Concepts and Techniques'. 

The Journal supports the IMPACT Printmaking Conference, which is run every other year. The most recent IMPACT 12 conference was hosted online and in person in September 2022 in Bristol, UK, sharing new and traditional methods and technologies, exploring the historical and contemporary and the future of print. 

The IMPACT Printmaking Journal is an open-access peer-reviewed academic publication. There is no fee to submit and no fee to read the articles. All articles published from Autumn 2020 onwards are published under a creative commons licence CC BY 4.0. For more information on this licence please see here 

IMPACT Printmaking Journal supports scholarly and critical debate in the field of print: advancing technological knowledge, contextualizing print, talking about the poetry and language of print, and maintaining a showcase for print practitioners. 

Novel contributions from academics, scientists, writers, philosophers, students, graduates and independent artists alike are warmly welcomed. All contributions will be peer-reviewed by a panel of peer-reviewers. ​

The journal is published twice a year.