David McGinn is a printmaker based in Black Church Print Studio, Dublin. Working in a variety of mediums, predominantly screenprint, etching and aquatint. In this body of prints David captured stills from Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1979 masterpiece Stalker, appropriating the films bleakly beautiful screen captures, manipulating them digitally and taking them through an array of printmaking techniques. These works are explorations of space and non space. The liminal no man’s land depicted, the cinematic space and the printed surface itself, all merge to create an uncanny landscape.