Dr. Josephine McCormick is an artist, printmaker and educator, based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She is an active member of Belfast Print Workshop and Creative Change Northern Ireland.
Her research interests span science, engineering and sound technology developing hybrid applications for Fine Art printmaking practice. Areas of special interest in her work at present are the incorporation of laser to produce printing plates, cymatic generated images, sound waves and 3D applications, a diverse set of inspirational tools.
Her practice aims to give voice to the ordinary and to reveal connectivity through these intangibles between systems and technology. She has collaborated with engineers, scientists and sound artists in the making of suites of work, installations and performances.
Her print work has represented Northern Ireland in various International exhibitions in Australia, China, France, Germany and Russia.
A record of her practice is detailed in two publications: ‘Post–Digital Printmaking: CNC, Traditional and Hybrid Techniques’ published by A&C Black in 2012 ‘TOUCH’, a record of the international collaborative project the ‘vista sans wood type project’, incorporating CNC mediated wood type. Published in 2013.
To contact Josephine, please email her at: email@example.com