Hoskins, S. (2009) Beyond digital. In: Global Implications: Southern Graphics Council Conference 2009, Columbia College, Chicago, 25-29 March 2009. Available from: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/7714
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Printmaking with Extreme Technology Panel Chair: Erik Brunvand Panelists: Stephen Hoskins, Edward Bateman, Mike Lyon Printmaking is an art form that celebrates and embraces new technology in a way that other media do not. This panel gathers an international group of artists that are using extreme technology to make works that can only be called prints, but that are far removed from traditional printmaking techniques. These techniques include printing on silicon chips with image sizes measured in micrometers (millionths of meters), prints that include LEDs and other electrical components, 3D printing where the result is a solid object, the use of 3D computer modeling tools to create virtual worlds that are then printed digitally, and a wide variety of ways to use CNC routing in the printmaking process.