A Scottish tale / The inevitable.
This pair of works were invited by publisher Benjamin Rinehart from the Center of Book Arts in New York, as part of a limited edition print portfolio titled, 'School Days: Cafeteria Plan'. The prints were submitted in a three-dimensional format, constructed using digital technology and images cast in latex. The digital element is of a chair covered in bubblegum, while the latex represents the punishment belt. It reflects the artist's memory of Scottish education in the 1950s and 1960s. The portfolio was exhibited in a tour in the United States.
|Physical Artefact Type||Artefact|
|Institution Citation||DUNBAR, L. 2005. A Scottish tale / The inevitable. [Prints].|
|Keywords||Digital Prints; 3D Prints; Print making; Art|
DUNBAR 2005 A Scottish tale