Issues


Peter Hughes writes about place and memory in the work of the CUSP jewellery collective
Ray Norman reveals the hidden world of wickery and its role in our musing places
Karina Clarke describes an experiment in asking a community to fill an empty space with baskets they've acquired.
Zoë Veness writes about metal objects she made in homage to kunanyi / Mount Wellington
Laura McCusker speaks to the importance of care for materials and local production.
Mitraja Bais writes about votive offerings of terracotta horses
Marylou Pavlovic is inspired by the water and flowers in Balinese offerings and ponders its Western interpretations
Anna Battista has rare access to the dressing of the Virgin Mary in Chieti, Italy.
The artist consigns everything he has owned or inherited to an earth burial. Why?
Charles Littnan writes about April Surgent's glass etchings, dedicated to the marine life discovered during her research in the remote Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
Ishan Khosla reflects on a graphic design project using the vibrant crafts that belie the parched and bleak salty land they live on