|Impromptu table carving as part of her gallery "studio space" installation.|
|Working through some ideas|
|New prints created from her recent printing residency: Infrastructure +1, +2, and +3|
|Detail of Infrastructure +2|
|Detail of Infrastructure +3|
From the press release: Ideal Structures for a Dubious Future, is a suite of Seven Explosive Intaglio prints. This edition was printed from intaglio plates that resulted from a unique collaboration between Nicola López, artist Gandalf Gaván, and Los Alamos scientist Bryce Tappan. The process involved the original transfer of original drawings to copper plates through an explosive impact designed by Tappan. Tappan combined forces with López and Gaván under the auspices of a grant from the New Mexico Small Business Assistance Program. The resulting suite of images of imagined buildings reflects López’s thoughts about “structures that come into being through a moment of violent impact."
|Notes on the Tower is on view through December 21st|