BA Fine Art, Winchester School of Art
Landscapes both literal and technical are explored in the multidisciplinary printmaking practice of Anna Marris ( BA Fine Art). Working with both traditional and contemporary processes, Marris embraces the digital and analogue. She says: “I investigate the potentials of a multidisciplinary printmaking practice, transitioning images from handmade to digital artworks. Through active experimentation and intuitive approaches to making, I consider how the original meaning of an image is reworked and the concept rewired. I question how images project the world, capture newfound knowledge, and mark technological progress. I am deeply interested in expanding and challenging my understanding and perspectival relationships with operational imagery, seeing through technology’s eyes to explore the visualisation of a manufactured landscape.”
Degree show: 1-13 June 2021, book through Eventbrite. www.southampton.ac.uk/wsa
Anna Marris, Open pit mining from above and below the surface, 60x90cm, CMYK screen print, 2021.