Taking Time: Craft and the Slow Revolution

Interesting exhibit that as the curator so elloquently puts it, "reflect on a slow revolution: consider ideas around time and process, material and value, site and locality, relationships to community, and the chanching nature of production and consumption."

The Slow movement began with the International Slow Food Movement founded by Carlo Petrini in Italy opposing the fast food industry. The Slow Movement goes beyond to celebrate the hand made, or things which craftmanship "takes time."

Great subject to further explore and curate.

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