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  • Nation building : craft and contemporary American culture
  • 2015
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Physical Description
  • 263 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
General Note
  • Essays adapted from the two-day program of the same title as this volume held at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, November 8 and 9, 2012, in conjunction with the Renwick Gallery's exhibition 40 under 40: Craft futures (July 12, 2012-February 3, 2013).
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
  • Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction / Nicholas R. Bell -- Goodbye craft / Glenn Adamson -- He is survived by his longtime companion : feeling in the work of Josh Faught / Elissa Auther -- Media, process, history : craft beyond crafting / Maria Elena Buszek, Sonya Clark, Elaine Reicheck, Michael J. Strand -- Craftlike : the illusion of authenticity / Jenni Sorkin -- America at home : crafts and craftsmanship in the shelter exhibits of the New York World's Fair, 1939 and 1940 / Elizabeth McGoey -- Taste, money, museums, and the subversion of craft / Ulysses Grant Dietz -- Institutionalized : craft in the museum / Julie M. Muñiz and Jennifer Scanlan -- Making an impression : the material culture scholarship and craft of historical military reenactors / Maria V. Shevzov -- Craft as a response to war / Bibiana Obler -- A hackerspace of one's own : curriculum and the maker movement / Garth Johnson -- Digital fabrication : implications for craft and community / Neil Gershenfeld, Stuart Kestenbaum, Phyllis D. Klein -- The politics of "ordinary manufacture" and the perils of self-serve craft / Ezra Shales -- Craft goes to Disney! / Sandry Alfoldy -- DIY Detroit / Gabriel Craig.
Subject - Chronological Term
  • 2000 - 2099
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ISBN
  • 978-1-4742-4949-2
  • 1-4742-4949-3
  • 978-1-4742-4949-2
  • 978-1-4742-4950-8
  • 1-4742-4950-7
  • 1-4742-4949-3
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In this beautifully designed and illustrated volume, leading craft scholars, curators and artists come together to assess the post-War history and contemporary flourishing of craft in America. Their critical gaze encompasses craft practice by artists, professional makers, and amateurs; crafting as it takes place in the studio and in the domestic space, and as it is exhibited in museums and galleries; craft that uses materials and crafting in the digital arena, and critical issues confronting craft such as industry, education and digitization.

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