About Sserp Press
"Sserp" is "press" backwards. I think the hardest part of printmaking is remembering what is right-side up or upside down. Left, right, up, down, who can tell what is what anymore?
Sserp Press a.k.a. ƨƨǝɿq press is about creating prints that refer to themselves in some way, whether it's the material, the process, the image or words themselves. Self-reference can be obscure and confusing sometimes, but I aim to make the meaning as accessible as possible.
Lately, I've been printing images of office culture, such as paper clips, invoices, and leaked emails, on a Riso machine. Office culture influences our lives whether we work in one or not, even the government is just one huge chimera of an office. Despite the best efforts of COVID-19, offices probably aren't going away anytime soon, so we can at least have fun with it in the meantime.