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VIS2525 Printmaking: Mapping Self and World
Credit Points: 15
VIS1305 Materials and Methods: Approaches to Studio

Using contemporary and historical global case studies we investigate an overview of intaglio and relief images as they relate to mapping, the environment and anatomy. This unit will critically consider fascinating examples of the imprint from many past and present cultures including Renaissance Europe, Japan, and Indigenous Australians. We will examine the traditional mediums of; etching, linocut, woodcut, collograph and drypoint to inform our contemporary visual responses through student directed projects.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
MABUUAVisual Arts Major
MIAAHEVisual Arts Minor
MABUVIVisual Arts Major
MABUTKVisual Arts Education Major
MIBIONVisual Arts Education Minor
MABUUFVisual Arts Immersion Major
MABUVJVisual Arts Studio Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 15/03/2014 VET: 14/05/2014