Fragmentary Oceans : MFA Thesis - Ceramics
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SubjectOceans; Landscape; Fragments; Nature; Pattern; Blue glazes; Porcelain; Ceramics; Digital technology; Fluid; Pottery Exhibitions; Research Subject Categories::HUMANITIES and RELIGION::Aesthetic subjects::Art
I am interested in how the inscription of our observations and gestures within the landscape defines our connection with the environment. My inspiration comes from nature as it represents a reflection of our interventions. Because of its fluidity, water does not record our interventions the way land does; I am interested in exploring its various surfaces, tensions and fluidity through a material such as plastic clay and more liquid material such as casting slip in investigating ways of capturing this connection.