Cafe Bar Gallery
Elizabeth Tomos’ current practice examines the relationship between the printmaker, the print process and the print room. The body of the printmaker is ‘registered’ into the print room, mimicking the registration of paper to printing press. Over time, a bodily ontology develops whereby the body and the print process reflect each other in an iterative cycle; the print-maker enacts on the process and the process in turn enacts on the maker. The printed outcomes act as a document of the conversation between (wo)man and machine.
Part of redefining print: