This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
In 2011 the Lahore based artist Muhammad Atif Khan invited Damon Kowarsky to participate in a collaborative print project.
By email the two artists devised a structure for the collaboration. Each month they exchanged a drawing that the other person modified in some way. By October 2012 there were 20 collaborative drawings ready to turn into prints.
Atif teaches printmaking at National College of Arts, Lahore. NCA generously allowed us to work in their studios in exchange for master classes and lectures with their students.