Epson output stars in Royal Academy exhibition
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By News Desk
28 June 2012
The Royal Academy exhibition will run until July 1st
The Royal Academy Schools is currently holding its annual exhibition of final year postgraduate students' artwork, featuring a number of pieces produced using Epson projectors and large-format printers.
All of the 16 artists whose work appears in the exhibition have used the RA's on-site Epson Digital Media Suite at some point during their course.
Visitors will be able to see work by Chris Mew created by printing onto raw cotton canvas with the Epson Stylus Pro GS6000 printer, Jolanta Rejs's hand-cut printing blocks produced from transparent films of details of engravings by Albrecht Durer, an installation by Pio Abad using vinyl transfer materials and high-gloss papers printed on Epson Stylus Pro GS6000, Stylus Pro 11880 and Stylus Pro 9900 large-format printers, and a 'mock gift shop' featuring posters, T-shirts, badges and stationery printed on Epson printers by Adele Morse. Morse's installation also includes mockumentaries projected via an EB-Z8000 projector.
"The RA Schools graduation show demonstrates the wonderful creative outcomes of our collaborative relationship with Epson," comments Mark Hampson, tutor of Material Processes, Royal Academy.
"All the students have worked in the Epson Digital Media Suite while researching, preparing and producing their artwork."
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