The New Politics of the Handmade: Craft, Art and Design
This collection of 17 essays, written by makers, critics and curators, explores how craft can be implicated in both progressive and reactionary social dynamics. The insightful texts engage with a range of ongoing debates in contemporary craft, including craftwashing, sustainability, and craft’s connection to race and cultural identity.
By Anthea Black and Nicole Burisch. Published by Bloomsbury, £65 hb