Silk-screen printing is a versatile printing technique that can be used in many different ways. It can be used purely as a technique that makes it possible to print a picture on a carrier (such as paper, textile or wood, for example), or as a reproduction technique, as a translation of an existing image, as an application in mixed media, or as an independent expression of art. Just as with other printing techniques, it is important to develop the art of thinking in graphic terms, to build up an image and to formulate it in layers.

In addition to the printing process (technique, preparation, planning schedules), attention is also paid to working with analogue and digital visual material and the translation from image to the illumination of originals.

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