This project, supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) aims to explore the role of surface within fine art digital print from a variety of perspectives including those of practitioners, critics, publishers and curators. The
FADE Grant Incentive Scheme
As a result of the successful Research Grant award from the AHRC, The Personalised Surface within Fine Art Digital Printmaking, (Prof Paul Coldwell, Dr Barbara Rauch) the University of the Arts London has made available funds through the Grant Incentive Scheme to support and enable research initiatives in FADE. Staff from Camberwell/ Chelsea/ Wimbledon art colleges were asked to submitproject proposals for support, which fall within the declared remit of FADE. The following where successful. Further explanation and updates of each project can be found in the following links.
- Andy Stiff – The Grid
- Paul Coldwell & Anne Bamford
- Keir Williams – Digital Skin
- A joint exhibition between FADE and UoAL Pinacoteca Instituto de Artes Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, RS Brazil.
In the latest intervention in Kettle’s Yard house, sculptor and printmaker Paul Coldwell has introduced a number of new works. He has made a series of bronze sculptures, prints, and a film which respond to aspects of the house and collection and reflect on the presence and absence of domestic life. Produced with the support of the Arts and Humanities Research Council, these newly commissioned works were made over the last year in response to the objects and environment of Kettle¹s Yard and will be on display concurrent with the exhibition “Conversations”.
Maria Lucia Cattani is a visiting researcher the Instituto de Artes da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Suldesde, Brazil. This project is part of her wider research project “Between one thing and another: original-multiple”, supported by CAPES, Brazil. It has been made as a contribution to the research project “The personalisedsurface within Fine Art Digital Printmaking” within FADE (Fine Art Digital Environment) and supported by the Arts & Humanities Research Council), at the University of the Arts London.
FADE researchers have given papers at many international and national conferences this year. Click on the above title or HERE to read and download these papers.