Pink Vase from the Rock and Wind collection

by Monika Gedrimaite Lithuania

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 24x16x27
Unique Pieces Material : Glazed stoneware, Glazes, Stoneware
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Description

This is one of a kind stoneware piece from the artist’s collection “The Rock and Wind”.
The vase was hand-built using stoneware, finished with matte pink engobe and textured with white drops.

Fired in electrical kiln, 1250°C.

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Weight 3,5 kg
Dimensions 30 × 20 × 30 cm
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About the designer


Monika Gedrimaite (b. 1990) is ceramics artist based in Vilnius. Artist explores the dialectic between the vessel as material and conceptual formation. Gedrimaitė is interested in utilitarian foundation of a vessel and new possibilities of use. By universalizing the meaning of a vessel, ceramicist reduces recognition of an object until only a trace remains. Using the technical methods of creating and deconstructing ceramics, Gedrimaitė presents the objects of an imaginary function, which are not necessarily related to the original purpose, giving them a new concept of a vessel.

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