Art Criticism Alters the Public's Perception of Aesthetics. About Critique. Interview with Eva Eisler

Interview  /  CriticalThinking
Published: 09.03.2020

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From the first seven interviews about critique, we received many answers and ideas. But more important: more questions came up. We go into the second round of interviews and talk with people from the contemporary jewellery scene to answer questions about censorship, morality and what value criticism has towards the transformation of society.

In this tenth interview of our new series about critique, we talk with Prof. Eva Eisler, an internationally recognized sculptor, furniture, product and jewelry designer. Her work is represented in some of the world’s most prestigious museum collections, such as the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Arts & Design in New York, the Smithsonian Institution - Renwick Gallery, Washington, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, and others. The body of her work includes architectural installations, public spaces and exhibition designs. Eisler is also a respected curator and educator.