Edit KONDOR DLA (ceramic and applied artist, assistant professor / MOME)
The sour scent of clay, its moist, dry, soft and fragile properties, make for a close physical experience that reaches its ultimate consistency in the digestive fire.
The hand-formed clay surfaces and shapes are a result of slow, layer-by-layer construction.
The vacuum between outer and inner space defines the shape.
Geminity, twin identities. Images and spaces of transitional states appear. Situations and relationships result in an ultimate unity.
Time is change. Space is time and body.
Silence is presence.
Open until: 2018 01 08