Printmaking

Planning For A Future That We’ve Already Seen: Mark Raymer Constructs Dystopian D.I.Y. Narratives

In 1992, a report was commissioned by the Sandia National Laboratories and the Department of Energy (DOE) in the United...

(Re)Inscribing Authority with Oli Watt

A diploma hangs on an administrator’s wall at a liberal arts college. Look closer. No, really, look closer. It’s not...

Between Here and There: Personal Histories and The Anxieties of Existing at the Margins

Derek Macario looks at the works of Kayla Quan, Michelle Lee, and Carlos Ortiz-Gallo, artists who interpret and share untold...

Kayla Quan Challenges the Model Minority Stereotype Through Sincerity and Humor

Kayla Quan is a Filipino and Chinese third-generation American artist based in San Francisco, CA. Her work takes the form...

Carlos Ortiz-Gallo on Memory and Loss in Immigrant Narratives

Carlos Ortiz-Gallo is a Peruvian-born and American-raised artist who utilizes methods of collage, printmaking, and photography to create work that...