Helen Snell plays with the humours and ironic contradictions of uniqueness and mass production, using printmaking, laser cutting, and high and lo-technology. She describes on her creative workspace…
PLYMOUTH: I catch the early train to Plymouth College of Art to make the most of my time. The technicians are brilliant. I arrive with my files ready to upload onto the laser cutter. I have to be organised and a bit more business like. It is great to see what the other students are working on, see the latest exhibition in the new college gallery and I also pop into the Peninsula Gallery on my way back to the train station.
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