Wheel Thrown Bowl

by Natura Morta Slovenia

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Wheel thrown bowl. Made of black stoneware with blue, pink, violete drippy glaze on the outside of the bowl. Finished with white crackled glaze on the inside. Fired to 1230°C in an electric kiln.

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My  work explores the impermanence of nature in the traditional still life genre. It's taking references from natural world to create unique recognisable poetics. Nature Morte literally dead nature is a silent moment of transition. In a sense it seems like a warning that the natural habitat is not a given fact and that our environment is a fragile organism. Through a search for perfect forms I am addressing themes such as disintegration, failure, destruction and... rebirth. All as a reminder of human's irrational relation to the environment and a call for a more holistic coexistence with nature and other beings.
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