‘I’ve always been fascinated with blurring the boundary between what’s real and what’s not. Making body parts for people that can deceive you up close is the ultimate trickery.’
– Sophie de Oliveira Barata, prosthetics maker, May/June
‘What we make makes us, so we need to be mindful of who we are becoming as we do it. We can’t leave the human behind as technology advances.'
– Anupama Kundoo, architect, November/December
‘Steve Jobs stands as the ultimate icon of inventiveness, imagination and sustained innovation. I think the same could be said of Josiah Wedgwood in his relentlessly experimental frame of mind.’
– Tristram Hunt, museum director, September/October
‘Giving people ways to connect with others through the arts is profoundly empowering and will help drive health equity in the UK and beyond.’
– Mah Rana, artist, May/June
‘When you’re sculpting with your hands, you’re almost seeing through them.'
Halima Cassell, sculptor, September/October