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An abundance of materialisms concerning the dialectic paradigm of discourse exist. But Drucker suggests that we have to choose between constructivism and the patriarchialist paradigm of consensus. Lyotard uses the term ‘Foucaultist power relations’ to denote not discourse, as Lacan would have it, but prediscourse. It could be said that constructivism implies that class, paradoxically.

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6 comments

  1. Vernice - August 29, 2019 2:19 pm

    Hello there!

    I would love to know more about the printmaking courses you offer?

    Looking forward to hearing from you!

    Kind regards

    Vernice

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    • atelier88galicia - January 6, 2020 11:03 am

      So sorry this reply has taken so long, apologies it has been an ‘interesting’ time!! Please confirm if you wish more info and again sorry. Pete

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      • Caroline - March 10, 2020 6:58 pm

        Hi I’m also interested in your courses. Please contact me.
        Thanks
        Caroline

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        • atelier88galicia - March 12, 2020 9:07 am

          Hi Caroline Thank you for your email regarding our courses. We are in the process of re-writing our courses. We will run a series of courses called; ‘Deep River Walks’, focussing on the ideas of ‘deep walks’ we will enhance the creative with an immersion in nature. I will send a PDF to your email direct of a previous course we ran in Southern Spain. Again many thanks and apologise for the delay. Pedro

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  2. Tadashi Kobayashi - December 7, 2019 4:02 am

    A questionnaire to who is working on Mokurito (Lithograph on the wood)

    Dear Dr Pete Nevin

    We, Committee of “MOKURITO” have held exhibitions and workshops of “MOKURITO” in many places in the world.
    “MOKURITO” (Lithograph on the wood) was created by Pr. Ozaku Seisi in JAPAN in 1977. It might be also known as “MOKULITO”.
    We would like to know how the “MOKURITO” has prevailed in the world.
    We cordially invite you to answer these questions.
    Your kind corporation is highly appreciated.

    1. From whom did you learn Mokurito?
    2. When did you learn Mokurito?
    3. Where did you learn Mokurito?
    4. How long did you study Mokurito?
    5. What did you think about it at that time?
    6. what do you think about it now?
    7. In which country are you working mostly?
    8. How long have you been working using Mokurito?
    9. Do you have any comments?
    10. Your name please.

    We hope we can hear from you soon.
    In the near future, we hope we will have an Exhibition of “MOKURITO”, collected from the entire world.

    Cordially

    Committee of “MOKURITO”
    Director: Ms. Yasuko Sawaoka
    In charge of questionnaires: Mr. Tadashi KOBAYASHI
    Ms. Junko KASAI.

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    • atelier88galicia - January 6, 2020 10:58 am

      1. From whom did you learn Mokurito? I read about a workshop given by a Polish artist and experimented myself.

      2. When did you learn Mokurito? A number of years ago 2017
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      3. Where did you learn Mokurito? In my own studio through trail and error

      4. How long did you study Mokurito? All my life! It is part of my DNA as a printmaker to build on my knowledge 

      5. What did you think about it at that time? I thought it an excellent small edition process that also has the quality of wood grain

      6. what do you think about it now? I still use it often to build up a base print

      7. In which country are you working mostly? Spain and Ireland 

      8. How long have you been working using Mokurito? two years about

      9. Do you have any comments? I think it an excellent small edition process with many what I call human qualities, these qualities were somewhat lost with the advent of metal plates and offset litho. This has something of the natural (like stone does). I will also continue to use it for workshops as well. It is a good introduction to printmaking and plate making.

      10. Your name please. Dr Pete Nevin PHd MARCA, BA Hons, FHEA
      Gracias Pete

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