Multiples & Experimental Printed Matter
PRINT 651 001
3 credit hours, 2 weeks
Lab Fee: $100
This course will trace the roots of underground publishing and artist-published objects and ephemera. Students will create a body of work based on assignment prompts and self-directed projects related to their individual practices through an idea-centered, research-based approach to building images and content. Class meetings will be used for technical demonstrations (silkscreen, xerox monotypes & image transfers, letterpress monoprints, zines & basic bookbinding structures), looking at prints and printed matter, work time on projects, individual mentoring and consultations, critiques of work, and discussions of readings.
- Breanne Trammell -
Breanne Trammell is a multi-disciplinary artist and Friday Night Lights enthusiast. Her studio practice explores objects and icons from popular culture, the confluence of highbrow and lowbrow, and mines from her personal history. Trammell’s publishing imprint, Teachers Lounge, operates as a forum to explore subversive topics and reveal hidden histories related to education, activism, politics, sports, and visual culture. Her work has been widely exhibited and she has been an artist-in-residence at the Women’s Studio Workshop, Ox-Bow School of Art, Kala Institute, Endless Editions, Zz School of Print Media, The Wassaic Project, and Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts. Trammell received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and is an Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Cincinnati.