Browsing School of Arts by Author "Rahaim, Meg"

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Browsing School of Arts by Author "Rahaim, Meg"

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  • Rahaim, Meg (Image)
    The theme “Distortion” celebrates our subjective view of the world and calls for prints which require a unique vantage point, both physically as well as conceptually, in order to be read. This topic draws upon the tricks ...
  • 'Fold' was a portfolio of prints curated by Wuon-Gean Ho for IMPACT 9, international printmaking conference. The portfolio responded to questions of the relevance and meaning of print in the digital age. The aspects of ...
  • 'Conjunctively Evolving', was an international exhibition in Shanghai, China, curated by Jian Zhou, Liu Li, and Zhang Yicheng. The exhibition was developed as an extension and progression from the exhibition, "Intersecting ...
  • Rahaim, Meg (Other)
    Douro Print Biennial 2018 is an international exhibition in Douro, Portugal, curated by Nuno Canelas. My works in this exhibition are 'Reciprocal Space (3 Stitch Filet, 20mm Hook)' and 'Reciprocal Space (Double-stranded ...
  • Whether rural or urban, peopled or desolate, landscape is encountered on-screen through the cybernetic eyes of drones, web-cameras and robotic explorers. Such imaging devices enable us to take part in a form of virtual ...
  • Rahaim, Meg (Other)
    Global Print 2017 was an international exhibition of prints in Douro, Portugal curated by Nuno Canelas. 'Gods Eye IV', a digital inkjet print, was my work in the exhibition. The following is a description of the body ...
  • Rahaim, Meg (Other)
    'Intersecting Practices of Contemporary Printmaking in the UK' was an international exhibition taking place at the China Academy of Art during IMPACT 2015, a biennial international conference on print. This exhibition of ...
  • Rahaim, Meg (Article)
    This writing is excerpted from 'Waking Ouroboros', an essay that interweaves a near-future, magical realist, short fiction with speculative musings on the notions of transparency, visibility, surveillance and self-consumption. ...
  • Rahaim, Meg (Presentation)
    In the networked condition of the 21st century, everyday life takes on a radical visibility, putting serious limitations on old forms of tactical creativity, and perhaps necessitating a new understanding of tactics, ...
  • re:print 
    RE:PRINT edited by Véronique Chance and Duncan Ganley, brings together the work of twenty contemporary artists working in the field of expanded printmaking, to explore the relationship between print media, interdisciplinary ...
  • Rahaim, Meg (Presentation)
    This was a performed reading of ‘Waking Ouroboros’, an illustrated essay that interweaves a near-future, magical realist, short fiction with speculative musings on the notions of transparency, visibility, surveillance and ...