A study between aesthetics and ceramic materials

Bauhaus- University Weimar, OTH Regensburg


Unilaterally flexible structures are experiments with shapes, dimensions and the boundaries of craft and material to create a flexible soft, but also stiff structure. Small geometrically arranged porcelain shapes or particles are attached to fabric, creating unilaterally flexible but hard textiles. On the side of the affixed porcelain particles, these textiles are pressure resistant and thus keep an even, self-upholding surface. By applying pressure to the other side, the even surface can be broken open and movable.






exhibited at ‚About Form‘ – Galerie Konstantin b., Am Brixener Hof 11, Regensburg, Germany