In my sculptures, I display on interplay between “free form” three dimensional forms and two-dimensional patterns. Evoking mathematical structures, a tension is created via contrast of geometric patterns and organic shapes, with the final outcome forming an “amorphic” shape, that challenges the viewer to follow their imaginative interpretation.
Utilizing porcelain’s intrinsic qualities and will to collapse, enables me to push porcelain to its extremes approaching the edge of the collapse and get the “amorphic” shapes which I am looking for, ensuring the sculpture becomes an energetic form. The final shapes cannot be planned or foreseen, with the folding process behind the work creating new an inter-space “void image”.
The work Entrapped is a metaphor of life itself, full of contradictions: tension and balance, expectation, and surprise, planning and chance, limited and unlimited and always in motion.

Year of Creation: 2021

Materials: Paper porcelain, Slab-built , Underglaze, Eelectric firing 1240°C

Dimensions: 170.00*90.00*29.00 (max)cm

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