Impact 10 in Santander, Spain

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.

 Open portfolio session

Open portfolio session

 Giving my talk, “The Artist’s Book as the Patient Body.”

Giving my talk, “The Artist’s Book as the Patient Body.”

 Setting up my exhibition, “The Magnet is Always On.”

Setting up my exhibition, “The Magnet is Always On.”