Thinking Craft, Crafting Thought

Thinking Craft, Crafting Thought

Vol 12 no 2, 1992


A special issue which in arguing the old art/ craft debate is proposing usable theories for practice. What is the future for craft? Re-evaluating 'women's work', craft, science and technology. Reviews


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Why Craftwork Does Not Compute

Author: Mr Alan Roberts, feature

Will the computers, mobile or immobile, take over craft work in the near or medium future? Are craftspeople doomed to the fate of the Indian hand loom weavers of the last century-- will their bones bleach the plains? The answer is........



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