White Tubes’ Form

by Mingshu Li Norway

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Ceramic sculpture without glazes.

“All my works are focused on two keywords: holes and airflow. I believe a hole itself has as much shape-meaning as a solid mass. I use holes as the extension of the surface and enter into a dialogue with the material to discover something new: space. Also, I’m working with holes to represent airflow. In Chinese, we use “qì” to describe air. This multiple-meaning character also symbolizes breath, material energy, and energy flow. I’d like to let my works express those energies—not only in a kiln, but also when displayed in a physical exhibition space.

The hand-held clay extruder is a very important tool of my recent art practice. I found it’s almost the best tool explaining the ideas of holes and airflow at the same time. When I press the clay into the extruder, the reaction of clay shows me how strong it is; the air bubbles in the clay always pop and make holes in the sculpture. Therefore, I combine the methods of extruding and coiling to create ceramic sculptures.”

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An emerging ceramic artist based in Oslo, Norway, Mingshu Li was born in 1994 in China and went on to obtain a Masters in Medium and Material Based Art at the Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo in 2018. She has participated in exhibitions for the past three years both nationally and internationally. Mingshu was highly inspired by the environment around her and represented it in her works. She has been exploring non-traditional ways of using clay for making sculptures, understanding how clay can be utilized as a medium to make sense of who she is and where she lives.
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