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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 the 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 finished this piece by firing it in a Cone 10 reduction firing and sandblasted the glazed surface which not only adds design and texture but creates a visual partnership throughout the piece. Taking inspiration from the Brian Eno song Backwater; I wanted to express the lyrical movement of the title throughout the 4 pieces, showing back and forth or push and pull of group conversation, so this piece departs from my usual abstracted aspects of the figure to a much more representative approach. thrown and altered porcelain, cone 10 reduction fire, sandblasted with wood shelf.
Sculpture:Ceramic on Ceramic
Size:9 W x 5 H x 3 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
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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