Bond Ceramic Vase

by Huillet Lucas France

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Description

The Bond vase was born from the combination of Huillet Lucas’s ceramic work and the practice of bondage. The anthropomorphic forms of the deformations collide and come together. The whole is contained by a cordage created in Shibari.

Shibari means “attached, tied”; this word is used in Japan to describe the art of tying packages, while in the West, it refers to the art of bondage (“kinbaku” in Japanese).

Although the practice evokes a certain level of violence through the restriction of movement, it is actually an art that is carried out with profound respect for the person or object being tied. The cordage must be applied with the right tension; the knots distribute, amplify, or release the forces it exerts around the piece, depending on their orientation and tightness, all without ever harming, damaging, or breaking the thing being tied.

It’s all about balance.

Variations

Bond N3, Bond N4, Bond N5, Bond N6, Bond N7, Bond N8

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Lucas Huillet describes himself as an artisan designer. Transdisciplinarity is at the heart of his practice. He plays with references and inspirations to design objects or spaces that can be told and read like narratives. From conception to completion, his creative process is a game of back and forth between drawing and material. Since 2019, in parallel to his studies, he designs and makes a series of ceramic objects in my studio. Aware of the issues of the current world, his productions are developed with particular attention to their sustainability. The materials are sourced geographically and are chosen for their aesthetic and technical properties. For his diploma, he did a theoretical introspection of his practice and then applied it in his free project which will lead him to trans- pose BDSM practices in a series of handmade design objects. His work was exhibited at Paris Design Week in 2021 as well as at MAD (Musée des Arts Décoratifs de Paris) and Collectible (Brussels) in 2022.
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