Print and refractory concrete: new opportunities in scale, surface and durability

Bremner, Alasdair (2014) Print and refractory concrete: new opportunities in scale, surface and durability. In: Impact 8 International Print Conference, Dundee, 28th August - 1st September 2013, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee.

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Impact 8 International Printmaking Conference:
A celebration of interdisciplinarity and exploration through the medium of print

The eighth Impact international conference will be hosted in Dundee as a central element to the inaugural Print Festival Scotland – an event which aims to confirm the cultural diversity, historical significance and future potential of print.

Foregrounding the inherent experimental and interdisciplinary nature of print practices Impact 8 will provide a critical and interactive platform for the varied interests that make print such a unique discipline. From its hybrid roots in industry and scholarship, through traditional design applications and fine art practices to its consistent significance within emerging technologies and theoretical debate – print continues to play a crucial role in the exploration of borders and crossings – be they geographical, ideological, cultural, theoretical or practical.

With the theme of ‘exploration’ and the multiple identity of the print, in mind, we would like to welcome you to Dundee to explore the cross-disciplinary nature of print media. Impact 8 will build upon the meeting’s reputation as a truly international event whilst reflecting the cultural identity of Scotland and Dundee’s reputation and heritage as the ‘City of Discovery’ – from polar exploration to biomedical research and its traditions of print, printmaking and publishing.

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