Between the screens: Screen-printing moving images
This article aims to set out key themes connecting screen-printing and the moving image with the hope of initiating a dialogue between the screens. I first reflect on how these connections were instigated in my creative practice before conducting a brief study of theoretical and critical responses to Andy Warhol’s silkscreen canvases and silent films, aiming to propose a relationship between these bodies of work. This reveals two pairs of paradoxical themes that carry across the two media: motion and stasis, and immediacy and distance. After considering where I locate my practice in relation to Warhol’s, I culminate my thoughts by presenting and reflecting on the results of a practical experiment in which I insert my screen-printed video frames back into their cinematic motor.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: University of East London
Publication date: March 1, 2018
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