Sky Croeser works at Curtin University in the School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry. Her research, when she gets time for it, focuses on how people shape everyday technologies, from seeds to social media. Her current research focus is the use of digital technologies to facilitate local climate action. Sky really wants you to know that Christina Chau did the majority of the work on this editorial issue.
EditorialTextile arts and crafts have a longstanding history of being connected to femininity and domesticity. Prominent art historians Rozsika Parker and Griselda Pollock have been generative figures in highlighting the machinations and effects of patriarchal stratification which relegated women making decorative arts in domestic spaces. Particularly for Parker, women, domesticity, and textiles have...Read more