Sorry, folks. This post was on the blog for a moment, and then I took it down.
I'm putting it back! This is a brief examination of a queer perspective in ceramics (and craft, more generally) using the "uncanny" as a point of entry. I'd love to hear what you think!
(PSSST: Please feel free to read and comment, but let's not share without due credit, mmkay? Thanks team!)
Mary Callahan Baumstark is a maker, writer, and researcher with an M.A. in Contemporary Art, Design, and New Media Art Histories from OCAD University in Toronto, Ontario. She is interested in trendspotting in contemporary ceramics and organizing socially engaged or activist projects. She is the current Resident Art Historian for the Socially Engaged Craft Collective.