matt lambert

matt lambert is a non-binary, trans, multidisciplinary collaborator and co-conspirator working toward equity, inclusion, and reparation. Their practice is based in polydisciplinamory, entangling making, writing, curating, collaborating, and performing. lambert is currently a PhD candidate in artistic practice in visual, applied and spatial arts at Konstfack University of Arts Craft and Design in Stockholm Sweden. Their research focuses on mapping collaborative movements with craft through a developed methodology of cruising. They have published, curated, exhibited, and is collected internationally. They have an MA in Critical Craft Theory from Warren Wilson College and an MFA in metalsmithing from Cranbrook Academy of Art.

Articles by matt lambert

MUNICH INSIGHTS: Framing the Work

New(ish) Galleries Showing at Frame, Munich 2024
Pat Pruitt, Blossom Necklace

Indigenous &: Tradition Meets Technology

Pat Pruitt on Industrial Aesthetics and Referencing Traditional Ones

Indigenous &: Having Roots to Grow in New Directions

Elias Not Afraid on Beading as Luxury

Indigenous &: Placing Practice While Being Displaced

Teresa Faris on Advocacy and Resistance

Indigenous &: Not Always Looking West

Brian Fleetwood Discusses the Importance of Teaching and Mentorship Outside of a Eurocentric Mindset

The Ephemeral Art of Petals, Paints and Bods

In conversation with Travis Chantar

In Conversation with Magnhild Kennedy

Who’s Afraid of Marjorie Schick?

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