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Designer Raili Keiv

“The Shift” Vase

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Description

The Shift – sculptural vase. Combination of controlled shape and uncontrollable pattern.

The circle is a perfect shape, yet constricting in its infinite cyclicalness.
While searching for the way out of this constrictedness, I asked myself how to liberate the circle from its own vicious circle and what this will involve.

Limited Edition: 1
Full dimensions (cm)

26x11x

Weight (kg)

1

Material

Production Year

2020

Color

,

Variation

Green/Grey, Iridescent/Peach, Iridescent/White, White/Platinum

Additional information

Full dimensions (cm)

26x11x

Weight (kg)

1

Material

Production Year

2020

Color

,

Variation

Green/Grey, Iridescent/Peach, Iridescent/White, White/Platinum

The designer

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Raili Keiv
Raili Keiv is a ceramic designer who lives and works in Tallinn, Estonia. She is intrigued by the possibilities included in both ceramics industry and small-scale studio work. She is fascinated by the perfection and efficiency of industry while admiring the errors that keep unintentionally appearing in small-scale pieces produced by hand in her studio. Raili Keiv is captived by the dialogue and conflict that emerges between in these two worlds. The artist works mainly with porcelain and ceramics while often combining these with other materials. She experiments with the boundaries of these materials, yet adhering to the functional aspects of objects such as tableware. She makes conceptual series of works, often continuing with the patterns that she has used in her previous pieces.

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