The Utility of Sentimental Emotions and Perceived Value
Kerianne Quick is an internationally recognized craftsperson and Assistant Professor of Jewelry + Metalwork. They have produced several bodies of material specific work considering subject matters that range from communal sheep farming practices in the Orkney Isles to the derelict brickyards of New York’s Hudson Valley. With their creative practice, Kerianne aims to tell hidden stories through object making – by considering source, conveyance, and material specificity. Their research is rooted in exploring craft and materiality as cultural phenomena with an emphasis on jewelry and personal objects.