By sewing into fabric that dissolves in water, I can build up stitched lines on this temporary surface. The crossing threads create strength so that when the fabric is dissolved, the thread drawing can hold together without a base.
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Presented by the L.A. Pai Gallery, a showcase featuring the work the eight finalists in the 17th annual National Jewellery Student Competition.
An exhibition of new work by ceramic artists Chiho Tokita and Marc Egan pays homage to the tradition of functional ceramics, exploring it's objects as sites for contemporary interpretation. While both of their ceramic practices emerge from an interest in pots, Marc Egan's work examines the relationship between form and surface, and interplay of colours, textures, and structure. For Chiho Tokita, her interest lies in exploring the materiality of clay and re-interpreting functional objects as abstract forms, as sculptural ways of thinking about containment, The exhibition is in service of the objects and forms that serve us.
Pathologia will present a body of ceramic and fibre works by Erin Berry, which are informed by our human relationship to health, the body and the microscopic structures that are found in nature and that are mirrored within us. “As humans we have a tendency to separate ourselves from the natural world, fighting off the proliferation of plants and creatures we see as pestilence. Berry looks within; at the individual organisms that are working hard, making up the structure we call our body. Mutating cells proliferating, taking over a body, preventing it from thriving. These cells like all the others are working hard to live, yet at the same time are damaging the very body they rely on for life itself. Can we zoom in x100 so that when we zoom out x100 we can understand and connect to what it is that sustains us? By looking inward can we expand our perception of the world around us.”
A retrospective exhibition that presents a selection of Nithikul Nimkulrat’s paper sculptures from three art series created in the last decades – Seeing Paper (2005), Paper World (2007) and The White Forest (2008–2016). The exhibition aims to illuminate ways in which our everyday lives as individuals with different personalities and temperaments are surrounded by artificial and natural environments, most of which are so ordinary that we may not realize their importance until they are no longer with us. This is to emphasize that humans and environments are inseparable and will continue to affect one another.
An exhibition of work by ceramic artist, Angelo di Petta, which features a large selection of test tiles that span his 45 year career, and that explore his mastery of glazing and surface design techniques.
FUSION Clay and Glass Association's exbihition opening for Waypoints on August 8, 2019.