I am so excited about this Reclamation Nation print workshop at the Victoria & Albert Museum! All I’m saying for now is as you all know ” THE 80’S ROCKED MY WORLD”
The event is completely free as usual so make sure you get down early to get a chance to print with the PIP team! See you on the 25th x
Print is Power presents “Reclamation Nation”
Print is Power is a yearlong project that consists of various creative projects based around the medium of Print. It aims to Engage, Explore, Communicate & Comment! Print your Passions!
Print is Power will be hosting a very special “Back to the 80”s” Reclamation Nation Workshop at the Victoria & Albert Friday Late program on the 25th October,, 6.30-10pm. Taking inspiration from their current “Club to Catwalk” exhibition, expect lots of Fluro fun, sweatbands, legwarmers and a special 80’s soundtrack to warm up the squeegees to. You can raise issues for debate by printing your own message and slogan as well as using one of our own.
Reclamation Nation has been very fortunate to be given exclusive use of Katharine Hamnett’s iconic “NO MORE FASHION VICTIMS” for the evening, which you will get a chance to print and take away with you.
Mission: Print is Power presents “Reclamation Nation”
Print is Power, are various projects based around the medium of Print. Our first workshop project Reclamation Nation, was launched at the Hackney WickEd festival 2013 to an overwhelming response.
The project aims to give various members of the community & individuals a voice to communicate and raise issues for debate. The participants are able to create their own “tongue & cheek” slogans/opinion, which are then transformed into a paper-cut stencil that can be screen-printed through pre-prepared screens by them or us during the workshop.
“Voice your opinions- Print your passions”
Print Is Power : Reclamation Nation Team for the Victoria & Albert Museum:
Esther Fdez Castelo, Felicity Taylor, Gina Pellicci, John Atherton, Juliette Stuart, Manel Palacios, Mark Rigney, Neda Haghshenas, Nick Marsh, Paz Hernandez, Soguma Chhekuma,Thomas Andrews, Tom Ashton Booth
All photographs by Mark Rigney