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Looking through the eyes of machines as students

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'There truly are many forms of imagery nowadays that are modern, and unique to this period. We’re surrounded by systems, devices and machines generating heaps of raw graphic novelty’
InJanuary 2016, fifteen students were selected from Graphic Arts disciplines at UWE’s School of Art & Design to contribute to an international student print exchange exhibition with Maryland Institute College of Art, (MICA) Baltimore USA. The technologically informed brief drew upon the above quote by B. Sterling.

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About Just Press P

‘Just Press P’ is an extension of research and practice undertaken by UWE academic Paul Laidler. Paul's activities stem from the close relationships that exist between technology, ideas and making in the graphic arts

http://www.justpressp.com/

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