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MISSHAPED?

What does that even mean? In the past I've named some of my work misshaped. After spending couple of weeks out of my studio, taking a well deserved break, I finally got it: There is no such thing as a “missed shape”. The shape is whatever it is, it doesn’t have to be “right” to be acceptable or … Read More
MISSHAPED?

What does that even mean? In the past I've named some of my work misshaped. After spending couple of weeks out of my studio, taking a well deserved break, I finally got it: There is no such thing as a “missed shape”. The shape is whatever it is, it doesn’t have to be “right” to be acceptable or aesthetic. It is an old convention that has declared this so called “rightness” of the shape. For example - the convention that claimed for the plates to be round. Or white.

The plate doesn’t really care how round it is. How flawless its surface is.
I don’t want my work to be measured in boundaries of these conventions.Sometimes the best things come out of sheer coincident, so I try not to plan anything too much. It’s true for ceramics and it’s true for life. Read Less
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