Print Shop is an installation of fifty screen prints, each with variations. The prints were made by hand, one at a time, on found paper and coated card stock using an analog process that falls somewhere between photography and painting. They are multiples but each is also unique. No one print is exactly the same as another.

The images were assembled from photographs and graphics in my collection. Some I return to again and again, like the picture of prop heads in Forrest J. Ackerman’s house, the Domus magazine covers, or photographs of ruins, feet, snakes, and early humans. These and other images have been repeatedly copied and altered. Repetition and reproduction is the process. The copy is the subject.

The prints are for sale, and multiple versions can be found in a flat file in the gallery.

January 20 – February 25, 2023
Et al., San Francisco