Stephen Hoskins is Hewlett Packard Professor of Fine Print and Director of the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England Bristol. His primary areas of research are the potential of 3D printing and related digital technologies for the arts, plus the tactile surface of the printed artefact and its consequences for digital technology. His books, ‘Water based Screenprinting’ and ‘Inks’ were published by A&C Black and his latest book 3D Printing for the Visual Arts (Technology That Crosses Both Art and Industry) is due to be published by Bloomsbury Academic in early 2013.

As a practising printmaker Stephen has exhibited widely throughout the world including the 5th, 6th and 7th International Exhibit of prints and drawings Taipei ROC. The 9th International Print Biennial, Varna, Bulgaria. The 1st Tokyo miniature print triennial Tokyo Japan. The 3rd Triennial of Miniature Prints Chamaliers, France and the 1st Malaysian Print Biennial Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. His work is held in many collections world-wide including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Tate, London; Clarke Consultancy; S and D Weinstien, Private Collection New York; Atlantis Paper Company, London; KMP Advertising; Microsoft; and Lloyds TSB. His latest work, two plates 3D printed in the UWE ceramic material (Viriclay) with onglaze transfer decoration based on 15th Century Majolica plates from Deruta, was recently purchased by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and Department of Business, Innovation and Skills for their permanent collections.

TITLE: Untitled 63
YEAR: 2011
EDITION SIZE: 3
IMAGE DIMENSIONS: W 124 cm x H 81 cm x D (max) 7.5 cm
SUBSTRATE DIMENSIONS:W 124 cm x H 81 cm x D (max) 7.5 cm
MEDIUM: Inkjet on japanese paper, laser cut bolster wood and glass fiber rod
SUBSTRATE: Mixed Media
PRICE: £ 1500

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TITLE: Untitled 64
YEAR: 2011
EDITION SIZE: 3
IMAGE DIMENSIONS: W 20 cm x H 95 cm D 4 cm
SUBSTRATE DIMENSIONS:W 20 cm x H 95 cm D 4 cm
MEDIUM: Inkjet on japanese paper, laser cut bolster wood and glass fiber rod
SUBSTRATE: Mixed Media
PRICE: £1200

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