Special Issue on Exhibiting Craft: Histories, Contexts, Practices. Exhibiting Making: Gesture, Skill and Process

Claire Jones (Guest editor), Inês Pereira Guerreiro Jorge (Guest editor), Imogen Hart (Guest editor)

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Abstract

The first of two special issues on Exhibiting Craft: Histories, Contexts, Practices
Issue 1: Exhibiting making: gesture, skill and process, July 2022. Co-edited by Imogen Hart, Claire Jones and Inês Jorge. This is the first of two special issues that examine craft from the perspective of exhibition histories, contexts and practices. This emerging field offers a significant methodological framework for understanding how the category of craft has been shaped, redefined and contested through display. Focusing on the exhibition as a site of enquiry, our contributors explore the ways in which diverse spaces, agents and curatorial practices influence the creative, political, economic, and social role of craft.
Original languageEnglish
Journal The Journal of Modern Craft
Volume15
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 23 Aug 2022

Keywords

  • exhibition histories
  • craft

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