The plasticity of practice in art, design and craft are rarely articulated as well as when they converge to produce practice-led research outputs such as we see today. We are increasingly told that new models for innovation will rely on a greater understanding of the value and diversity of creative practices, yet the reality of disciplinary silos do little to extend the potential of these practices. Thankfully, the Embracing Innovation exhibition series offers a window into the potential knowledge production inherent in innovative creative processes and cross-disciplinary collaborations, and in doing so, sweeps away the notion of siloed disciplinary creative practice.
|Place of Publication||Canberra|
|Publisher||Craft ACT: Craft and Design Gallery|
|Publication status||Published - 24 Jul 2014|
BARRASS, S. (Photographer), Barrass, J. (Designer), & Davy, L. (Designer). (2014). 22C: Phase Change Vessel for Storing Warmth. Design, Canberra: Craft ACT: Craft and Design Gallery. Retrieved from https://craftact.org.au/blogs/past-exhibitions/embracing-innovation-volume-4