‘For over a decade I have pushed the boundaries of computer software in development of my work and in the pursuit of the highest quality digital print resolution available. With the of development of latest generation of printers, digitally printed textiles can now rival the quality of hand printing and even surpass it with the limitless opportunities it presents for creative expression.
Digital production methods are often associated with mass production but my approach is more similar to that of a painter, building up complex surfaces and layers of imagery and my creative outputs are carefully crafted, honed, reworked and refined digital one-off pieces which have required a fluency in the complex language of our digital
Neil Bottle is the Programme Director Printed of Textiles for Fashion and Interiors at UCA.
You can find out about Neil’s upcoming exhibition at Rochester Art Gallery ‘All That Remains – Thirty Years in the Making‘, as part of our Electric Medway artist talks.Visit website