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  • Deb Puretz

Covid Art 43: Early wafer trials

Around 1992 I was just learning how to print with these rejected wafers from a semiconductor manufacturer. In the early days I had copper plates cut to 6 x 6 inches and used the wafers as they were obtained without incising them or adding multiple plates. It is the bare minimum. From here I graduated to more complex images using multiple plates and Japanese papers. Think of it as a sixth grader’s early poetry.

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