Creativity through the lens of a journalist and textile artist
"Creativity is more of a process of experimenting with the world." - Seva
"Creativity is a proces and sometimes it comes and goes" - Jozefien
Svea Vikander is a Swedish-Canadian journalist and writer. A former therapist, she is now working on her second graduate degree—this time in journalism. Svea lives in a Sámi community in Arctic Norway and makes a mean reindeer blood pancake.
Find her at sveavikander.com or on Twitter (twitter.com/sveavikander) or Instagram (instagram.com/sveavikander)
Jozefien Buydens is a textile designer and instructor based in Ghent, Belgium. She is currently adjunct professor at KASK School of Arts Ghent, and spends her free time fantasizing about making her own platform shoes.
Find her at www.jozefienbuydens.com, or Instagram: instagram.com/jozefienbuydens
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