Lookup NU author(s): Erika Servin,
Dr Enrique Escobedo-Cousin
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Photo-lithography and etching processes are routinely used in both art printmaking and in semiconductor micro-fabrication. The objective of this collaboration is to produce two series of prints: Macro-prints: These will be of medical electrodes which were designed and fabricated at Newcastle University as a part of a project aiming to study the human skeletal muscle (“Multi-electrode Electromyography”, uEMG, www.microemg.com). These prints will be produced using the methods and materials that are common in art printmaking. Micro-prints: In contrast, a second series of prints which focus in societal themes of Mexican popular culture, will be produced at the micro-scale using semiconductor fabrication techniques. These prints will be the size of fractions of a millimeter and will be mounted on glass slides to view under a microscope using a HD digital camera. Erika Servin will lead the work for the “macro-prints”, while Enrique Escobedo-Cousin will lead the work of “micro-prints”.
Artist(s): Servin E, Escobedo-Cousin E
Publication type: Artefact
Publication status: Unknown
Description: Collaborative Printed Artwork
Venue: Newcastle University UK and T.A.C.O. Mexico City
Location: Newcastle and Mexico City
Type of Work: Prints
Short Title: Micro, Macro Photo Litho
Alternate Title: Interdisciplinary Exchange in Photo Lithography process.