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The introduction of Computer Numeric Control (CNC) devices in printmaking has opened up new exciting opportunities to combine traditional print processes such as relief and lithography with contemporary technology. This book explores these developments, and encourages printmakers to experiment with the latest practices and techniques.
Paul Catanese and Angela Geary are early protagonists of Post-Digital Printmaking, and have been using these techniques, writing articles, and lecturing on the subject since 2005. Paul Catanese is Associate Chair and Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts at Columbia College in Chicago, and President of the New Media Caucus, CAA Affiliate Society. Angela Geary, artist and independent researcher, was formerly Reader at Northumbria University and the University of the Arts in London. She directs the Zeropoint Press in Glastonbury UK, which she founded in 2012.
This book is authoritative, while at the same time concise and is an excellent introduction to a technique that requires the use of complex equipment. * Art Book Review *