I Can Still Hear You

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Abstract

I Can Still Hear You is a series of etchings on copper made during 2018/19 by Michelle Keegan, Senior Lecturer in Printmaking at the University of Northampton. Her creative process is centred on the Sound Mirrors located in Denge on Romney Marsh in Kent. These are giant concrete structures hidden in a desolate and austere landscape that were the precursors to the birth of radar. Keegan examines her relationship with place and being permanently in transit. Keegan writes of her relationship with etching, and gives us an insight into the spontaneity of her approach to printmaking. The work explores conversations of loss and a remapping of space.
Original languageEnglish
Article number7
JournalIMPACT
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2020

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