Velina Robinson Glass interviews makers Lori Gottlieb and Victoria Lansford on the interconnected relationship between their physical abilities and their studio practices.
Juanita Care is known for their customized jewelry for the teeth and mouth, addressing the bodies of women, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+ people, and others. matt lambert interviews Care about their work process, viewer response, and why customization is so important to the artist.
Aya Ito, a Japanese artist based in Thailand, translates delightful and bright emotions into kinetic wearable sculptures. The Japanese phrase waku waku is an onomatopoeia for the excitedly beating heart. Read about Ito’s work in this article by Elizabeth Essner.