Cutting up rough
Montage is now firmly embedded in fine art education and practice, with John Stezaker's decisively cut photographic collages now as ubiquitous as Picasso's drawings in a Foundation courses' arsenal of references. In her latest column, Louise Clarke uses an invitation to hold a workshop at Fermynwoods Contemporary Art, in Northamptonshire, as a timely excuse to re-engage in the punk-style liberation of cutting out, photocopying and collaging.
Citation : Clarke, L. (2017) Cutting up rough. The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art & Music, (38), p.18.
Research Group : Fine Art Practices
Research Institute : Institute of Art and Design
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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