As well as making editions of traditional prints Victoria Arney often uses woodcut print in her installations. Using very fine opaque Kozo paper she prints on both sides. No Mans land - used the airflow of spectators as they passed to shift and move ( shown in Finland in 2015) and Shelter 2019 - allows the spectator to walk between the prints. Her trade mark is in shifting the images as she prints them - in both her etchings and her installations. Here she will be demonstrating how to use a woodcut printing technique with Akua inks in a fluid painterly way and to overprint images by hand with a barren.