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kate nelson

United States

Sculpture, porcelain on Ceramic

Size: 12 W x 5 H x 1.5 D in

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Music, specifically Pop Music plays a pivotal part in my creative process. I hone in on both the lyrics and movement of the words as they are played out in a song visualizing shape and form, presenting a back and forth dialogue between objects. My primary medium is porcelain, which allows me to work organically, adding or removing clay during the building process. I finish my work by firing to Cone 6 in an electric kiln and sandblasting the glazed surfaces which not only adds design and texture but creates a visual partnership between the pieces. I'd been wanting for some time to explore more complicated forms, a little more intricate in the interaction and space between. This set started out as a series of sketches, most leading no where, but i kept trying to find some resolution in the top portion that tied in more movement and overall flow. This was the second and successful piece I made based the final sketch. This work was in the San Joaquin Delta College Visions in Clay 2020 exhibition Thrown and Altered Porcelain, Cone 6 Oxidation Fired, Sandblasted Surface

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Sculpture:porcelain on Ceramic

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Size:12 W x 5 H x 1.5 D in

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I explore the complexities of interpersonal relationships; specifically the spatial and supposed interaction between two or more persons caught in a single moment of time. Through the process of breaking down and deconstructing the figure into smaller more intimate aspects of a bodies posture the emphasis is redirected to the non descript area between, creating a permanent shifting state of tension.

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