1976. tape transfer by tentatively, a convenience
This is an experiment with using transparent tape to lift ink from one surface in order to transfer it to another by placing the tape down on the new surface. No doubt this experiment did not originate with me. At the time that I made this I would've considered it too unsubstantial conceptually. Nonetheless, in my rediscovering of my older work I find it slightly interesting as something that I tried that produced a visual result unlike other things I was doing at the time. Notice also that black marker was rubbed on the back of the paper to render barely visible what might've been typing without ink. A somewhat more developed printing experiment is represented by fingerprinting .
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