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Spirals, Serendipity, and Symbiosis: Exploring the Working Processes of Metal Artists Ingvild Kristine Reinton, Miriam Johannesson, and Sofia Eriksson

In this essay by Anne Klontz we are invited to investigate the artistic practices of three artists – Ingvild Kristine Reinton, Miriam Johannesson and Sofia Eriksson – whose work with metal demonstrates the ‘outermost layer’ as a site for transformation and negotiation.

Elisabeth von Krogh: Playing with Form

In this interview Elisabeth von Krogh talks about caricatured expressions, optical illusions and the vessel as form.

Bergen: Rupture and Movement

In this article, Anne Britt Ylvisåker writes about the craft artists Marit Tingleff, Kari Dyrdal and Torbjørn Kvasbø and their strong connection and impact on the development of the craft education in Bergen, Norway.

Tone Vigeland: Hands on

'Tone Vigeland: Hands on' is an interview with the jewellery artist Tone Vigeland by Reinhold Ziegler. Tone Vigeland’s art springs from a direct encounter between her hands and her materials. For more than fifty years, she has created jewellery and sculptures that combine simple craft techniques with stringent aesthetics – works apparently liberated from any possible intellectual approach. Perhaps this is why people the world over describe her art as both timeless and placeless, and sometimes even magical.

Sigve Knutson: The Amateur Craftsman

An interview with craft artist Sigve Knutson by Tora Endestad Bjørkheim and Johnny Herbert