Beneath the Surface by Phil Hackett

An Exhibition at Mill Studios.

(foreground) Eliminator 250s - 3D Print (Keramicast) (background) Disco Light - Intaglio Print (Ink on Paper)

(foreground) Eliminator 250s – 3D Print (Keramicast)
(background) Disco Light – Intaglio Print (Ink on Paper)

(left to right) Matrix VST035, Matrix 250s, Matrix 15-r110na, Matrix LS14 - Etchings on Zinc

(left to right) Matrix VST035, Matrix 250s, Matrix 15-r110na, Matrix LS14 – Etchings (on Zinc)

Brother LS14 - 3D Print (Keramicast)

Brother LS14 – 3D Print (Keramicast)

(top to bottom) Laptop - Intaglio Print (Ink on Paper), HP 15-r110na - 3D Print (Keramicast)

(top to bottom) Laptop – Intaglio Print (Ink on Paper), HP 15-r110na – 3D Print (Keramicast)

(foreground top to bottom) Sandwich Toaster - Intaglio Print (Ink on Paper), Breville VST035 - 3D Print (Keramicast). (Background top to bottom) Sewing Machine - Intaglio Print (Ink on Paper), Brother  LS14 3D Print (Keramicast).

(foreground top to bottom) Sandwich Toaster – Intaglio Print (Ink on Paper), Breville VST035 – 3D Print (Keramicast).
(background top to bottom) Sewing Machine – Intaglio Print (Ink on Paper), Brother LS14 3D Print (Keramicast).

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About X-Wide P

Award winning advocate for art, heritage & culture; fine artist, museum & gallery manager and mild mannered front man of Relevant Elephant, finest purveyors of rock-steady hip-hop mambo
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