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Research - review, reflection and personal response to an article by Grayson Perry (2005)

Right at the beginning of this first part of the course there is a reference in the article concerning Edmund de Waal of the fact that Grayson Perry had once referred to the ‘craft lagoon’ and also the emphatic response of de Waal to the interviewer’s question.   1,694 more words


A good answer to a bad question (1 min)

“Does a potter need literature?”

The mildmannered and very gentle potter, Edmund de Waal is asked this question and almost leaps forward in his chair to  say that it is a terrible question – and then responds passionately. 21 more words

Edmund de Waal

I began my research into the work of Edmund de Waal by collecting some images of his work:

I’m particularly drawn to these images and his work because I very much like Minimalist work with a neutral or pastel colour palette. 982 more words

Edmund De Waal

Research point: Edmund de Waal - In Black and White

For the very point of this new course I have been asked to read an article published in the Crafts Magazine in 2015 on Edmund de Waal.   1,656 more words


The White Road

“Other things in the world are white but, for me, porcelain comes first.”

Here is a piece about The White Road: A Pilgrimage of Sorts… 1,637 more words


Review: English Animals by Laura Kaye

“Maybe we can see that the animals are like us, or we are like animals.”

Laura Kaye’s impressive debut novel, English Animals, is a fresh take on themes of art, sex, violence and belonging. 855 more words

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