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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Craft, Science and the Natural: An Introduction

Author: Mr Jim Falk, feature

There seems to be a consensus that craft is in a state of crisis. But consensus or not, the observation of this alleged crisis is sterile if we do not place it against its background. Is this crisis unique to craft, or is it a manifestation of a more general crisis which extends across other cognate areas? If it is more general, does it nevertheless have special implications for craft?



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