"It's All in Your Head" Now Available

By SP Staff
Apr 21, 2016

Suzanne Staubach. Two Bowls, 2013. Stoneware. Wheel-thrown. Two bowls with rolled rims, once-fired with high clay content glaze. 5 x 8.25 in. and 4.5 x 7 in. Suzanne Staubach's article "It's All in Your Head" from Volume 42, Number 2, 2014 is now available online!

In the context of an issue on "Tangible/Intangible," Staubach grapples with how the internet has changed the format for experiencing other people's work. Without ever having met them or picked up their pots, Staubach wonders "What does it mean to know a potter or know a potter's work?" Continue reading here. 

Be sure to read her article "Six Pots, or the Meaning of Objects After Death," in Volume 44, Number 1. Winter/Spring 2016 on "Sustainability." 

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