Botanical Structures III
Fantastic Tales: Danish Contemporary Ceramics, The Ceramic House
2014
Soda wood fired porcelain
2.2 x 1.m

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 III was exhibited as part of Fantastic Tales, an exhibition of Danish contemporary ceramics at The Ceramic House, curated by Kay Aplin, part of an ACE funded UK-Denmark ceramics exchange project in 2014.

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