Mark Graver (Northland, NZ) received his BA in Fine Art at Leeds Polytechnic, United Kingdom, and his MA in Printmaking at Camberwell College of Arts, London. He has lived in New Zealand since 2003 and works with printmaking, video and sound with an emphasis on digital technologies and hybrid practices. He is the author of Non-Toxic Printmaking (London, A&C Black, 2011), curator of international print projects and has held residencies in Australia at the University of Tasmania, Hobart, and Federation University, Victoria, as well as at the Exchange Gallery in Penzance, United Kingdom. His work is held in international collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, United Kingdom, among many others.
Mark Graver was awarded the Art in Print Award.