Jewels That Resist

Ariella Aïsha Azoulay is an important voice in the postcolonial debate Her latest research work is interwoven with her personal history, much of it having to do with jewelry after she discovered that part of her identity had been hidden from her The book underscores that identity can be forcibly simplified, officially obliterated. The things […]

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Craig McIntosh, Tweeter

Working a Line through Material and Time

McIntosh is a jeweler and object maker based in Ōtepoti/Dunedin, Aotearoa/New Zealand His master’s research addressed issues of cultural appropriation associated with the history and contemporary use of natural materials in Aotearoa/New Zealand He has exhibited extensively in New Zealand and internationally and was the inaugural recipient of the Blumhardt Foundation’s Dame Doreen’s Gift[1] in

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Catherine Blackburn x Skye Paul, Mahsi Cho Hunting Bag

Stitching Is Medicine

Catherine Blackburn was born in Patuanak, Saskatchewan, of Dene and European ancestry. She is a member of the English River First Nation. Blackburn is a multidisciplinary artist and jeweler whose common themes address Canada’s colonial past, often prompted by personal narratives. In her practice, Blackburn merges mixed media and fashion to create dialogue between historical

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