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Forms
dye and pigment on board

'Con-TEXT Residency 2012'
© 2012 Liz Douglas

'Con-TEXT Residency 2012'
Heriot Watt University, Galashiels

Liz Douglas has been using lasercutting as an innovative drawing tool, using scanning electron microscopic images – the ‘invisible structures’ of diatoms from Whitlaw Mosses research project.

Liz Douglas was one of six artists and designers from the Scottish Borders and Dumfries and Galloway to have the opportunity to expand her ideas, explore technology and develop innovative work through a residency at Heriot Watt University School of Textiles and Design.

The initiative was funded through Creative Scotland’s ‘Creative Futures’ programme and coordinated by the Creative Arts Business Network.

 

Liz Douglas: Con-TEXT Residency 2012