Space, volume and architecture. It’s partly sensory and partly an ideal aesthetic. It’s relative, irregular and fragile. Tearing, cutting, folding, stretching, assembling, and pooling the qualities of the material – porcelain because of its strength and fragility – it is initially playing and exploring forms. I am looking for unconventional shapes, altering the usual proportions and sizes to create pots that keep questioning space and volume, function and purpose, balance and fragility in search of its own aesthetic. Allowing new meanings, new observations, and new ways of seeing and perceiving the objects.
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