Experimental digital printing methods

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Casbarro, Shaun M.
Fillwalk, John A.
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Thesis (M.A.)
Department of Art
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Computer prints have long been viewed as final products. All the work was traditionally completed on the computer then printed as final output, without alteration or adaptation. Unlike other forms of fine arts printing (photo or printmaking) there are no chemical alterations or multiple printing procedures. I have used this exploration to experiment with numerous approaches to digital printing. Several artists have inspired my work, both in approach and technique. Those artists include Robert Rauschenberg, David Hockney, and Man Ray. This creative project is both an experiment in creative printing techniques and the aesthetic creation of experimental works of digital art.The purpose of this project is to explore and experiment with techniques and practices that will push my own digital work to new levels, and open areas of further study for myself and other digital artists.