Curioddity series II. (sculpture)
porcelain, thrown and altered, glaze, 1260c oxidation firing, 2016
Materiality can manifest a sensual perception. This investigation of surface quality is the primary feature of my work. Driven by materials instinctively especially extraordinary glazes, I create metamorphic sculptures which incite discourse between the object and the viewer, whilst maintaining an interesting and unusual aesthetic.
The body of work is abstract, which brings boundless imaginary ideas about the invisible world. The transformation of forms are reflected in the fusion of human, natural and subconscious emotions. I invite viewers into my fictional world when gazing upon my curious sculptural beings; a creation of a new species that rises out of my imagination and takes the viewer onto a fantasy voyage.
This work was in the graduation show at Royal College of Art, 2016 , UK