A photocopier can be used to reduce images, enlarge
images (cropping), combine images and copy actual
objects and materials. You can also obtain interesting
effects by adjusting the contrast if this is available.

Before any discussion of this fascinating medium begins,
however, it is necessary, though not entirely possible, to define
what is generally understood to be photocopy art, or as it is
usually referred to, Copy Art. Copy art "is anything that has
been created, transformed or enhanced through the use of the
copy machine".
http://collections.ic.gc.ca/waic/dissertation/daliss_copy.htm

Sheffield artists exploit the most accessible print medium
available today: the photocopy
http://access.lowtech.org/photocracy/



black and white

Collage and photocopy
http://wings.buffalo.edu/spc/cartograffiti/contents/issue1/visual/human.html

Photocopy collage
click
here



colour

Collage- Watercolour/photocopy on paper
www.cdhunter.org/plates/Plt00032.htm

Collage- Ink on paper and photocopy of original work
www.cdhunter.org/plates/Plt00065.htm

Photocopy, Postcard, Stamps, Ink, Collage
click
here


other relevant web pages

ICT :  INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
www.gr8lessons.com/AL/ICT02.html
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