Diane Mantzaris: life and works

Diane Mantzaris (born 1962) is an Australian player known for her pioneering application of digital imaging to printmaking and for her unconventional edit to image making, which is often both personal and political in content. Mantzaris pioneered the use of computers as a printmaking and art-making tool in the before to mid-1980s, exhibiting widely, nationally and throughout Asia in touring exhibitions, to considerable acclaim. Her practice now crosses into several fields associated with the visual arts, printmaking, drawing, photography, sculpture, performance and public art. She is represented in most acknowledge and public collections throughout Australia and significant private collections throughout Asia and Europe.

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