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Damon Kowarsky : Australian Printmaker

(a collabaration with Kyoko Imazu)

 
 

 Kyoko Imazu and Damon Kowarsky met at Australian Print Workshop in 2008 and have collaborated since 2010.
Their work explores themes including nature, science, art and technology in a globalised world.

Using a very simple methodology
    1. Damon gives Kyoko a pencil drawing
    2. Kyoko vandalises what he's done
    3. Damon draws his parts on a copper plate
    4. Kyoko does her bits
    5. Etch the plate together!
they have produced works of great subtlety, variety and humour.

Kyoko and Damon are currently artists in residence at Trinity Grammar School Kew, where they print on a regular basis.

Read more about Damon and Kyoko at the end of this page.



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Damon Kowarsky studied printmaking at the Victoria College
  of the Arts (VCA) and Glasgow School of Art, and Advanced
  Figure Drawing at RMIT. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Art,
  Honours, in Printmaking from VCA.

  Since graduating in 2000 he has exhibited his prints in Australia
  and abroad and worked as a scientific, courtroom, and
  archaeological illustrator.

  Kowarsky has travelled extensively in North Africa, West Asia
  and the Middle East. The architecture of each of these regions,
  particularly those of Yemen, Djibouti and Ethiopia, and the
  colours of earth and sky inspire much of his work.

  Kowarsky has received numerous awards, grants and
  residencies and has also taught drawing and printmaking in
  Lahore and Karachi.

    To learn more, visit www.damon.tk

 


  Kyoko Imazu holds a Bachelor of Fine Art in Printmaking, a
  Diploma of Visual Arts, and a Certificate in Foundation Studies
  Art in Design and Communication, all from RMIT in Melbourne.

  Kyoko Imazu was born in Japan and has lived in Australia
  since 2002. She has exhibited her work throughout the Asia-
  Pacific region including Bus Projects, Port Jackson Press,
  McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park, Kyoto Municipal
  Museum of Art, and the Tokyo National Art Centre.

  Her work is held in collections at RMIT, Sydney College of Arts,
  and the National Gallery of Australia, among others.

    To learn more, visit www.kyokoimazu.com



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