Research Output
The Personalised Surface, New Approaches to Digital Printmaking
  My work is formed through practice-based research and is placed within the context of the transferred image. I have developed my digital practice from traditional methods of painting, printmaking and the multiple, through contextual study and action research. My recent work has evolved around the externalisation of constructs formed through walking and mapping using the concepts of manipulating the real, and shifting between past, present, memory and reality. I am at the nucleus of a personal artistic construct, founded upon mixing and remixing, which is generative rather than merely responsive to landscape.

  • Date:

    03 April 2009

  • Publication Status:


  • Library of Congress:

    N1 Visual arts (General) For photography, see TR

  • Dewey Decimal Classification:

    760 Graphic arts; printmaking & prints

  • Funders:

    Robert Gordon University


Thompson, P. (2009). The Personalised Surface, New Approaches to Digital Printmaking. In The Personalised Surface: New Approaches to Digital Printmaking



Printmaking, digital print,

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