The Maker and the Made investigates the handmade object in current physical and conceptual space. The 'Maker' signifies the artist, actor or any human producer of an artefact. The 'Made' refers to the thing that is made, presented, changed or conceived of in thought or space.Under this umbrella, and referencing relevant theories, the made will be contextualised in the time of accelerated digital technologies and post truth. It is argued that the tangible is important to establish trust and reconnection among peoples and places.These relationships are explored through an analysis of selected creative outputs.
|Award date||19 Feb 2022|
|Publication status||Unpublished - 2022|