Lino Print Project with Inspire and Leicester Print Workshop
A Myriorama, or many thousand views is a picture made up of a number of different parts that can be rearranged to make lots of different scenes.
For this project I worked with Inspire and Leicester Print Workshop, teaching groups of adults in Nottinghamshire in libraries and young people in special schools, printmaking and helping them to create a unique Nottinghamshire Myriorama. The work was inspired by imagery in our local studies collections and chosen by the participants. The series of printed artworks on exhibition forms a landscape scene that can be rearranged endlessly to tell thousands of different stories about Nottinghamshire and its people. Each artwork has been reproduced as a cardboard tile in sets that are available for the public to use in every Nottinghamshire Library.