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Indelible Ink: Native Women, Printmaking, Collaboration


Indelible Ink explores collaboration as a generative artmaking process and a way of life. The exhibition explores themes gathered from interviews with the exhibition’s artists, as well as the printmakers with whom they have collaborated. In their interviews, the artists discuss the benefits and challenges of working with collaborating printers in the studio, which is typically a solitary place. Conversely, the publishers and printers featured in Indelible Ink shed light on the unique technical challenges of their medium, as well as their philosophy of collaboration, the artist selection process, and the complexities of collaborative art-making relationships.