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Jordan Quigley

Jordan’s work has developed at NUA, by creating a visual language, by means of frottage and reportage. He collects textures from everyday surfaces and objects that surround us in everyday life, often with a focus creating a narrative on place, people and communities. Jordan’s piece is an infographic poster developed and then created by screen printing, looking at local printmaking studio Print to the People, illustrating workshops that take place within the studio. His work is often experimental, and he is always looking for new ways to develop his visual language that utilises traditional printmaking practices.

Carter O'Sullivan