Fidgety Feet

The patterns on the work is made from impressed clay on plaster molds–which were created from the antique molds I have collected. The collection of molds from unknown craftsman in the past, allows the possibility to combine works from different craftsmen in a single piece of work.

In this piece, I am making use of the antique molds beyond the patterns carved by the unknown craftsman.

Each piece of the clay in pastry shape has the potential of creating a new form when carefully arranged and combined. They were also combined to create a functional purpose, in this piece case- a holder of the lid, a structure to support the drinking tube.

This piece has a round base and will turn in many directions when interacted. Playing with the configuration of different functional parts of vessels- this piece has two spout and two drinking tube and they also act as handles of the vessel. The body of the vessel is shaped like a vase or bottle, with a narrow neck, flared rim and round body.

How it functions, lies in your imagination.

Made in Zentrum für Keramik, Berlin.
Artist in Residence for a period of 5 weeks

Fidgety Feet

Fidgety Feet
White Stoneware, Mother of pearl and gold lustre
30 x 25 x 26 cm

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