The re-vision of printmaking
in Perspectives on contemporary printmaking
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Kathryn Reeves presented her paper ‘The re-vision of printmaking’ at the first IMPACT International Printmaking Conference in Bristol in 1999. It was clearly intended, as the title suggests, as a challenge to the field. In many respects, her text took up the mantle from Weisberg’s 1986 essay to which Reeves refers and whose critical-theoretical scope she expands. Employing the insights of critical theory, especially semiotics, psychoanalysis and feminism, Reeves demonstrates how these can be fruitfully employed to interrogate issues crucial to print, such as authorship, reproduction and originality.

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