Adamson, Glenn, Thinking through craft , 2007
Thinking through craft / Glenn Adamson.
- Oxford ; Berg, 2007.
New York : Berg, 2007.
- Physical Description:
- x, 209 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
- Reference LibraryN8510 .A33 2007 (LC)Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Table of contents only
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -201) and index.
- Subject Terms:
- Art -- Technique.Handicraft.Workmanship.
- Craft at the limits
- Craft as a process
- Homage to Brancusi
- Wearable sculptures: modern jewelry and the problem of autonomy
- Reframing the pattern and decoration movement
- Props: Gijs Bakker and Gord Peteran
- Ceramic presence: Peter Voulkos
- Natural limitations: Stephen De Staebler and Ken Price
- Crawling through mud: Yagi Kazuo
- The materialization of the art object, 196672
- Breath: Andrew Lord and Emma Wooffenden
- Circular thinking: David Pye and Michael Baxandall
- Learning by doing
- Thinking in situations: Josef Albers from the Bauhaus to Black Mountain
- Charles Jencks and Kenneth Frampton: the ad hoc and the tectonic
- Conclusion: skill and the human condition
- Regions apart
- Versions of pastoral: Phil Leider and Art Espenet Carpenter
- North, south, east, west: Carl Andre and Robert Smithson
- The world's most fascinating hobby: Robert Arneson
- Feminism and the politics of amateurism
- Abject craft: Mike Kelley and Tracey Emin