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  • I am capable of coating, exposing, cleaning my screens and operating a vacuum table.
  • I am capable of safely handling intaglio equipment.
  • I am capable of operating an Albion relief press.
East London Printmakers

Georgia Green

Georgia Green (b. 1996) received a BA in Fine Art: Painting and Printmaking from Glasgow School of Art in 2018. In 2022 Georgia was the recipient of the East London Printmakers Studio Bursary Award, allowing her to settle her practice more permanently within East London’s creative community. Georgia champions sustainable duplication processes such as silkscreen and Risography, a mechanised form of stencil printing which uses vastly less CO2 than its digital counterparts. While she primarily uses contemporary mechanisms of reproduction within her practice, Georgia’s knowledge of traditional printmaking strongly informs her mark-making processes. With each new edition she generates an organic and intuitive creative dialogue, designed to challenge the stereotypical view of Risography and silkscreen as ‘pop’ and ‘kitsch’ mediums. Through this exchange she highlights the subtle possibilities of colour and texture that can be achieved using sustainable soya-based inks, bridging the divide between fine art duplication and more accessible printmaking mediums.

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