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Work from Quebecois print workshop and artists collective Engramme, exploring the duality of dialogue through 26 separate diptychs.
Dialogue is a touring exhibition that presents the innovative and recent works of artists from the collective printmaking workshop Engramme, in Quebec. This show analyses the concept of duality that occurs within dialogue.
On display are 26 diptychs offering personal discourses by each artist about the universe in relation to ourselves and our environment.
The collective process in this project has lead each participant to interpret this extremely abstract topic and forced each artist out of his or her usual comfort zone, making the theme their own through their aesthetics, printmaking techniques and interpretations.
Like Edinburgh Printmakers, Engramme is an established printmaking workshop, located in Quebec and devoted to the promotion of original print for the past 40 years. Being the only centre in Eastern Canada to offer equipment specialised in all the techniques of printmaking, including digital print and ultra violet serigraphy, Engramme keeps this discipline alive through the exploration of fine arts. The Engramme Collective has exhibited abroad and presented exhibitions in 30 Canadian cities and a dozen countries, in addition to several artist residency projects with partners in Europe (France, Belgium, Bulgaria), in the United Kingdom (Scotland and Northern Ireland), and South America (Mexico, Brazil, Colombia) to name a few.
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Dialogue showcases work by Canadian printmaking collective Engramme18 Jul 2012
Series of 26 diptychs examine issues of duality
There’s a pleasingly simple structure to this show by the Canadian printmaking collective Engramme that allows for an uncluttered and diverse exploration of a complex subject. A series of 26 diptychs, one from each exhibiting artist, examines issues of…