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Like many of the artists in this exhibition, Rockburne pushes the boundaries of what can be considered art.
Her work is considered to exist amongst the media of drawing, painting, sculpture, and printmaking -- while not being identifiable as any of them. These are about how they are made.
To create these works, Rockburne folded the paper and ran it through a printing press in sections, creating more permanent creases. She also applied aquatint, which creates the velvety sheen you can see in certain areas.