|Location||Leicester Print Workshop|
|Date & Time||Saturday 19th - Sunday 20th May
10.00am - 4.00pm.
Mokulito means "wood lithography" in Japanese and uses wood as a printing matrix instead of limestone.
Without the use of acids or harsh solvents, the Mokulito process is ideal for beginners and printmakers from all backgrounds. Participants will use inks, sharpies and lithographic crayons to work on plywood plates to create their work over two days, creating short editions exploring a huge variety of mark making.
About the Tutor
Nína Óskarsdóttir is a visual artist from Reykjavík, Iceland. Nína has a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from The Iceland Academy of the Arts and has recently completed a fellowship in Leicester Print Workshop’s postgraduate stone lithography programme. Nína has exhibited in Reykjavík Museum of Art, Listasafn ASÍ, Skaftfell and Ekkisens to name a few.
Nína works in mixed media including print, videos, installations, performances and textiles. Much of Nína’s work is collaborative and has a strong political aspect. The work is often based on personal experiences that are entwined with social and cultural affairs.
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