(Pics) The Human Printer Positions Artist As Machine

(Pics) The Human Printer Positions Artist As Machine
technology

A CMYK remix of pointillism brings people back into the process of printing in a celebration of human handicraft

Stephen Fortune
  • 18 october 2010

In an interesting twist on analog fetishism Louise Naunton Morgan has set out to restore the element of human craft to everyday mechanism through a CMYK remix of pointillism.

The artist casts herself as the machine, restricting her work to the same palette and processes by which printers reproduce images. Naunton Morgan riffs on the central idea of digital iterability by revelling in the fact that no two images are  alike:

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