Table of contents for Thinking through craft / Glenn Adamson.


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Introduction * Chapter 1: Supplemental "Homage to Brancusi" * Wearable Sculptures: Modern Jewelry and the Problem of Autonomy * Reframing the Pattern and Decoration Movement * Props * Chapter 2: Sensual * Ceramic Presence: Peter Voulkos * The Essence of Clay: Yagi Kazuo * The Materialization of the Art Object, 1966-72 * Breath * Chapter 3. Skilled * Learning by Doing: Teaching Modern Craft * Thinking in Situations: Josef Albers * Learning Architecture: Charles Jencks and Kenneth Frampton * Chapter 4: Pastoral * Regions Apart * Two Versions of Pastoral * North, South, East, West * Chapter 5: Amateur * "The World's Most Fascinating Hobby": Robert Arneson * Feminism and the Politics of Amateurism * Abject Craft: Mike Kelley and Tracey Emin * Conclusion
Introduction Chapter 1: Supplemental "Homage to Brancusi" Wearable Sculptures: Modern Jewelry and the Problem of Autonomy Reframing the Pattern and Decoration Movement Props Chapter 2: Sensual Ceramic Presence: Peter Voulkos The Essence of Clay: Yagi Kazuo The Materialization of the Art Object, 1966-72 Breath Chapter 3. Skilled Learning by Doing: Teaching Modern Craft Thinking in Situations: Josef Albers Learning Architecture: Charles Jencks and Kenneth Frampton Chapter 4: Pastoral Regions Apart Two Versions of Pastoral North, South, East, West Chapter 5: Amateur "The World's Most Fascinating Hobby": Robert Arneson Feminism and the Politics of Amateurism Abject Craft: Mike Kelley and Tracey Emin Conclusion.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Art -- Technique.
Handicraft.
Workmanship.