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Artist’s Book Yearbook: 2003-2005 (2003)
Book
Bodman, S. L., & Sowden, T. (2003). S. L. Bodman, & T. Sowden (Eds.), Artist’s Book Yearbook: 2003-2005. Impact Press

The issue includes: Reformations by Susan Johanknecht; Size Matters by Dr Stephen Bury (The British Library); Ron King and the Circle Press Retrospective at Yale Center for British Art, USA Elisabeth Fairman; Artist’s and their books in Germany (Ulr... Read More about Artist’s Book Yearbook: 2003-2005.

From conflict to conduit, print or printmaking (2003)
Presentation / Conference
Hoskins, S. (2003, June). From conflict to conduit, print or printmaking. Paper presented at Third Impact International Printmaking Conference

This paper was intended to raise a number of questions around the consequences of new technology rather than supplying any answers. Paper given at the third IMPACT International Printmaking Conference Co-hosted by Michaelis School of Fine Art, Uni... Read More about From conflict to conduit, print or printmaking.

Questions of authenticity, geopolitical division and production in the laser print era, or: Sex Violence and Procreation (2003)
Presentation / Conference
Hoskins, S. (2003, June). Questions of authenticity, geopolitical division and production in the laser print era, or: Sex Violence and Procreation. Paper presented at Southern Graphics Council Conference, Making Histories: Revolution & Representation

This paper debated notions of authenticity and integrity through the changing nature of the print and its relation to reproduction, when replication of imagery is available to all. Paper given at the 2003 Southern Graphics Council Conference, Bost... Read More about Questions of authenticity, geopolitical division and production in the laser print era, or: Sex Violence and Procreation.

The practical application of an artist's colour model as an alternative to CMYK (2003)
Journal Article
Parraman, C., & Hoskins, S. (2003). The practical application of an artist's colour model as an alternative to CMYK. Proceedings of SPIE, 5008, 129-137. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.475433

This paper presents an alternative view of colour, from the artist's perspective. It highlights problems that are current in inkjet and wideformat printing. And how other print processes, such as (silk)screenprint, can offer answers to developing ink... Read More about The practical application of an artist's colour model as an alternative to CMYK.

Continuous tone digital output using archivally proven printing methods and material (2003)
Book Chapter
Thirkell, P., & Hoskins, S. (2003). Continuous tone digital output using archivally proven printing methods and material. In R. Thompson, & A. Manning (Eds.), Conference Proceedings of the Second International Conference on: Preservation and Conservation Issues Related to Digital Printing and Digital Photography, 24-29. Institute of Physics

Whilst the primary focus for the creation and preservation of digitally based artwork in hardcopy has relied in recent years on the gradual refinement of digital printing devices, reference points for their development often appear to follow a strict... Read More about Continuous tone digital output using archivally proven printing methods and material.

Fading characteristics of dye based and pigment based inks on artists' uncoated and coated printmaking papers (2003)
Book Chapter
Parraman, C. (2003). Fading characteristics of dye based and pigment based inks on artists' uncoated and coated printmaking papers. In R. Thompson, & A. Manning (Eds.), Conference Proceedings of the Second International Conference on: Preservation and Conservation Issues Related to Digital Printing and Digital Photography, 53-59. Institute of Physics

The objective for this paper was to present an overview of colour changes or fading, the relationship of ink on paper and using microphotography to illustrate the changes. In consulation with John Purcell Paper, Cranfield Inks and funding through He... Read More about Fading characteristics of dye based and pigment based inks on artists' uncoated and coated printmaking papers.

The application of colour management systems to improve the quality of ink jet printing on fine art paper (2003)
Book Chapter
Parraman, C., Wang, H. Q., & Purcell, J. (2003). The application of colour management systems to improve the quality of ink jet printing on fine art paper. In R. Thompson, & A. Manning (Eds.), Conference Proceedings of the Second International Conference on: Preservation and Conservation Issues Related to Digital Printing and Digital Photography, 78-83. Institute of Physics

There have in recent years been improvements in the quality of print achieved using large format inkjet printers with stable pigmented ink sets on fine art inkjet papers coated with an ink receptive layer. Increasingly professional photographers, gr... Read More about The application of colour management systems to improve the quality of ink jet printing on fine art paper.

The relevance of 19th century continuous tone photomechanical printing techniques to digitally generated imagery (2003)
Presentation / Conference
Hoskins, S., & Thirkell, P. (2003, January). The relevance of 19th century continuous tone photomechanical printing techniques to digitally generated imagery. Paper presented at SPIE Electronic Imaging Conference

Paper presented at SPIE Electronic Imaging Conference, Santa Clara, USA. This is one of a portfolio of outcomes from an AHRC funded research project ('A Practical Reappraisal of Continuous Tone Photo-relief Printing', award of £157,000). Drawing on v... Read More about The relevance of 19th century continuous tone photomechanical printing techniques to digitally generated imagery.