The Anxiety of Interdisciplinarity is an exhibition which seeks to reframe printmaking as a site of interdisciplinarity - a testing ground for ‘The important work...done at the surfaces between adjacent disciplines’ (Carter, 1998). Acknowledging interdisciplinarity as a potential site of ambivalence, tension or a fertile ground for exploration and experimentation, International artists in this exhibition respond to this provocation. The hybrid exhibition includes works of differing materials, scale and dimensions across installation, sculpture, sound, moving image, digital and post-digital media. Adjacent to the physical exhibition, an online companion space shares an extended range of works, in parallel to a series of informal artist talks. A digital catalogue, introduced by Dr Véronique Chance, marks the exhibition and encourages an ongoing conversation.