Botanical Structures IV
Rønne Library, European Ceramic Context 2014, Bornholm, Denmark
Oxidised and soda wood fired porcelain
7m x 0.7m

Botanical Structures is a body of work developed in residence in Denmark in 2013 and is a response to the Danish summer landscape. Working in slip-cast porcelain, the glaze palette is a combination of oxidization and soda wood firing.

The Botanical Structures series presents large-scale wall-mounted one-off porcelain installation pieces, each an assemblage of multiple components filling a linear space.

Botanical Structures IV was the final part of Kay’s ACE funded UK-Denmark ceramics exchange project in 2014 and her first solo show.

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