Posts Tagged: textiles

Craft on Demand: The New Politics of the Handmade

Craft on Demand: The New Politics of the Handmade is a publication on contemporary craft politics edited by Anthea Black and Nicole Burisch. Craft on Demand examines the role of the handmade in contemporary art, craft and design as part

Craft on Demand: The New Politics of the Handmade

Craft on Demand: The New Politics of the Handmade is a publication on contemporary craft politics edited by Anthea Black and Nicole Burisch. Craft on Demand examines the role of the handmade in contemporary art, craft and design as part

PASS

Many kinds of queer and material knowledge are constructed around the notion of passing, including elaborate forms of hair, self-presentation, drag, and costume. Queer bodies know and hold more than can be told, or spoken; for one night only we

PASS

Many kinds of queer and material knowledge are constructed around the notion of passing, including elaborate forms of hair, self-presentation, drag, and costume. Queer bodies know and hold more than can be told, or spoken; for one night only we

PLEASURE CRAFT

Curated by Anthea Black, this screening explores appearances of craft and hand making in film and video from the 1960s to the present, where craft is a temporal process rather than a fixed object. Featuring works by Charles and Ray

PLEASURE CRAFT

Curated by Anthea Black, this screening explores appearances of craft and hand making in film and video from the 1960s to the present, where craft is a temporal process rather than a fixed object. Featuring works by Charles and Ray

SUPER STRING

SUPER STRING taps into the collective craft unconscious – the sound of thousands of knitting needles clicking in unison – and the prolific ways in which artists and activists make textiles to connect with each other, recycle, share skills, reclaim

SUPER STRING

SUPER STRING taps into the collective craft unconscious – the sound of thousands of knitting needles clicking in unison – and the prolific ways in which artists and activists make textiles to connect with each other, recycle, share skills, reclaim