Carla Nicolas A Spanish visual artist, her work is mainly centered on printmaking and the book as an object, although during her residency at Casa de Velázquez, she also integrated the installation as a form of artistic expression. A printer by profession, she has been developing her practice since 2011 at Calotipo, a studio for the creation and printing of handicrafts, where she also carries out commercial orders for individuals and businesses. “I included photography in my practice to develop photopolymer engravings. What interests me is the combination of digital techniques with the traditional engraving, because it allows to collect nuances...
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