For me this project revolved around making, craft and fighting against the loss of knowledge (…)

Offset Press 2.0
[dimensions] 600 x 400 mm
[material] metal, wood

Plugged in, neurotically wi-fied and G3d as we are, we yearn to re-establish contact with the actual, the primal, the old. We dream of something real, something unmitigated by the filter of profit-making portals and franchises. We want the as-was, the erstwhile. We languish for the non-mechanical and the pre- or post-industrial. We are pilgrims seeking the past, the genuine, the individual.’

– Robert McLiam Wilson, introduction Wild at Heart for WilderMann.