“…We must remember, in short, that printmaking is, and always has been a democratic technology aimed at the private, demotic dissemination of images. Because if no one wants the print – or if everyone is satisfied to visit it in a public museum – there is no reason for the edition itself, beyond the connoisseurship of guild/craft. The tiny, private production of Hamilton Press, then, perpetuates the democratic aspiration of art for us all, individually, according to our whims, into an age that is more comfortable with collective identity confirmed in public spaces…”

Dave Hickey
excerpt from Hamilton Press: Collaboration/Transformation