Category: Experienced Narratives

“If we combine the experience economy with the identities narrated under the banner of an experience and symbolic culture that overthrows material culture, then we identify a new mentality that aggregates concepts such as storytelling, nostalgia, experienced, discourse, roots and identities…” trendsobserver.com

Ceramics by Enriqueta Cepeda

«I do not strive to achieve perfection, but instead, to achieve harmony in the irregular. I like to get a relatively heavy vessel to be experienced as graceful and easy.»   I work with my hands and with very simple tools, because I want to…

Canoa Lab – Part II

«We are also aware that the world is unstoppable, and patterns of action need to be renewed, even in crafts, whose model is in a moment of division and continual change.»   It could be said that our pieces and our space, CANOA-lab (a place…

Canoa Lab – Part I

«We think the dizzying speed of the current world keeps us from seeing how really important things are. So TIME was a key element for us, as it is probably the most valuable thing we have.»   CANOA started as an idea around October 2015…

Object & Totem by Julianne Ahn

«Ceramics as a craft has always been a trend.  It’s just taking a new and interesting wave in this modern digital age where making something tactile keeps you present.»   I suppose there’s no story behind Object & Totem, just a circumstance I found myself…

Ceramics by Karen Tinney

«In order to maintain balance – I draw my inspiration from art, architecture, and textures found out in the world.»   My background is in home product and furniture design; I attended Parsons School of Design in New York City and worked there designing professionally…

Pulau Banda by Velasco Velasco

«[Pulau Banda] uses the narrative potential of textiles, long forgotten by most of western peoples but beautifully preserved in the everyday of African and Asian cultures.»   My name is Marta Velasco Velasco, one Velasco is from Colombia and the other from Spain. Growing between…