A study between aesthetics and ceramic materials
Bauhaus University Weimar, OTH Regensburg
Geometric bodies, basic building blocks in organic and inorganic materials, were formative to the development of flexible porcelain structures. The typical character of porcelain is broken up and expanded through the material properties and boundaries. By using very small and delicately made porcelain parts, a levity and dynamism was created that, in combination with geometric freedom of form, produces a new flexibility. Deformation of the support materials allows a realignment of the geometric bodies that come together in new shapes and a new surface.
exhibited at ‚About Form‘ – Galerie Konstantin b., Am Brixener Hof 11, Regensburg, Germany