Maker’s Dimension

All the students approached their task with dedication and commitment. It is an excellent exhibition.

As evident from both the invitation and the film, the students are reflective and capable of articulating their project, which, as I see it, springs from a desire to find one’s place in the world, as a person and as an artist.
Apart from Maria Kildahl Mathiasen, who made a tea set, the students prefer to express themselves in objects of art rather than utilitarian objects, not at the cost of a focus on material and technique but in cooperation with them.

If this happens at the cost of something, if there is a loss associated with the choice, the loss is mine – I never stop enjoying beautiful utilitarian objects and strongly feel that glass and ceramics derives much of its beauty in use. Does the world really need more cups and plates? Strictly

From HÅNDVÆRK bookazine no. 5 about Tina Ratzer -

The exhibition is titled ‘Natur – spor & spejlinger’ (Nature – Traces & Reflections).

- My feelings about Danish Shrovetide buns versus Swedish ‘semlor’

As usual, I have had a busy working life.

Is there someone you would like to treat to a gift card for the HÅNDVÆRK bookazine no. 6 and 7?

I am going to bake Lucia buns. I’ll give you my recipe:

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Rigetta Klint

Rigetta Klint, designer, writer and photographer about people, clothes, objects and food that give more to the world th…