The objective of this workshop is to make known the generative possibilities of the stamping process from a certain number of matrixes. In this sense, the interest is in using the stamping to create sequential images that are propagated on a support:
- Theoretical explanation about a project carried out by Raquel Hernández Izquierdo called “Los Ciclos del Agua“, in which a series of prints with 120 wooden matrixes have been developed. The result of the investigation has been a sequence of images that follow the matrix as a basic pattern through which variations have been created around the concepts of emptiness, texture, propagation, rhythm and composition.
- Collaborative activity in which a series of prints will be made based on the concepts analyzed in the theoretical explanation.
- Conclusions about the activity carried out and question time.
Raquel Hernández Izquierdo teaches
She is a plastic artist who explores the evocative possibilities offered by the technical qualities of engraving and printing, currently this research is developed in a doctoral thesis at the Complutense University of Madrid. He began his studies in Fine Arts at the UCLM, where he obtained an Erasmus scholarship at the Libera Accademia di Belle Arti di Brescia (Italy) and finally graduated from the UCM.
She obtained a scholarship to study the Master in Media Graphic Printing, Illustration and Artistic Coinage taught by the UCLM in collaboration with the School of Engraving and Design of the FNMT He obtained a scholarship to work as a recorder in the Pre-press department of the FNMT in numerous collective exhibitions nationally and internationally such as Fine Art Universiade U-35, at the Tsukuba Art Museum, Japan; o Printmaking Master Salon KoMASK 2017,
in The Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts. KoMASK vzw, Belgium.
She made an individual exhibition called Corrosion Spaces at La Factoría de Papel (Madrid), and has participated in numerous fairs such as Masquelibros (Madrid, 2015), JustMad (Madrid, 2016), Open Portfolio (Bilbao, 2016), Fig Bilbao (Bilbao) , 2016), and Gabinete (Madrid, 2017); in the latter obtaining the Open Portfolio award.