It was an absolute pleasure to participate in the Impact 10 Printmaking Conference, held this year sites all around Santander, Spain. I was chosen for a solo exhibition of my latest work, “The Magnet is Always On,” and I gave a paper presentation on the use of artists’ books as a methodology for understanding the history of medicine and contemporary patient experiences. I was also fortunate enough to show my own artists’ books during the open portfolio session. During the week long conference, I was able to reconnect with professors and print colleagues from around the world in a beautiful location. The print exhibitions and academic papers were world-class! I hope to participate again at Impact 11 in Hong Kong in 2020.