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    Thinking through craft / Glenn Adamson.
    by Adamson, Glenn.
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    Oxford ; New York : Berg, 2007.
    Subjects
  • Art -- Technique.
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  • Handicraft.
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  • Workmanship.
  • ISBN: 
    9781845206468 (hc.)
    1845206460 (hc.)
    1845206479 (pbk.)
    9781845206475 (pbk.)
    Description: 
    x, 209 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.)
    Contents: 
    Craft at the limits -- Craft as a process -- Supplemental -- Homage to Brancusi -- Wearable sculptures : modern jewelry and the problem of autonomy -- Reframing the pattern and decoration movement -- Props : Gijs Bakker and Gord Peteran -- Material -- Ceramic presence : Peter Voulkos -- Natural limitations : Stephen De Staebler and Ken Price -- Crawling through mud : Yagi Kazuo -- The materialization of the art object, 1966-72 -- Breath : Dale Chihuly and Emma Wooffenden -- Skilled -- 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 -- Pastoral -- Regions apart -- Two versions of pastoral : Phil Leider and Art Espenet Carpenter -- North, south, east, west : Carl Andre and Robert Smithson -- Landscapes : Gord Peteran and Richard Slee -- Amateur -- "The world's most fascinating hobby" : Robert Arneson -- Feminism and the politics of amateurism -- Abject craft : Mike Kelley and Tracey Emin -- Conclusion.
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    Includes bibliographical references (p. [171]-201) and index.
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