Coordinates of a history of the technical image
in Perspectives on contemporary printmaking
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In the brief preamble to his short history of printmaking, German art historian Ernst Rebel notes that printmaking has gained attention among scholars of new media. The rapid development of image technologies, especially digital media, has revived an interest in prints and printmaking. They are now recognised as having provided the basis for the ‘technical image’ and therefore crucial to a genealogy of new media.


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