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Volume 7, Issue 1-2
  • ISSN: 2055-2823
  • E-ISSN: 2055-2831

Abstract

Revisiting a conversation that took place in 2019, Nina Hanz interviews Miek Zwamborn about her artistic practice. Spanning jewellery making, cooking, writing and gathering information from her shifting habitats, Zwamborn shares her path as a transdisciplinary artist. With a particular focus on her publishing history, the two discuss gentle research approaches that work in harmony with nature and how the collection of objects opens a portal to new knowledges. As the subject of place emerges, discussions around The Knockvologan Studies, Zwamborn and her partner Rutger Emmelkamp’s project space on the island of Mull, arise. Occurring pre-pandemic, the transcription documents missed connections and how life can pull one to unpredictable places.

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References

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Keyword(s): art; collection; community; ecology; jewellery; publishing; writing
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