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Ceramics as Theater and the Necessity of Video

Either by question or comment, people are often curious about the blending of ceramic and video that is at the heart of the Foxy-Wolff collaboration.  Partly, it is a simple matter of blending Gabe’s and my skill sets, this is just what would naturally come about from a collaboration of a  ceramist and a film maker, but after reading a wonderful essay in Ceramics Art and Perception (issue 92) titled “Is Ceramics a Genre in Theater”, I am compelled to think more deeply. 508 more words


Licht und Farben in der Turner Contemporary in Margate

William Turner (1775 – 1851) war einer der bedeutendsten Maler Englands. Für damalige Verhältnisse war er weit gereist, und seine Kunst speiste sich aus seinen Beobachtungen auf Reisen. 1,572 more words


Contemporary works at Cardiff Museum: Searching for the perfect object.

A view of selected contemporary works found in the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff.

This collection of porcelain pots, titled “Porcelain Wall” by Edmund de Waal was created specifically for the museum. 299 more words


frida kahlo book

always love going to broadway market on a saturday and especially to donlon books – there are always so many books that i want to buy from there – the owner has an exceptional eye and has a great selection – its a good place to go if you are stuck for gifts.  83 more words



In Fifty Moments that Changed Craft, Crafts, Issue 250, September/October 2014

In 2013 international gallerist Larry Gagosian signed a contract with
Edmund de Waal, and assisted his passage through the doubtlessly finely… 148 more words


Book (series) I have known and loved

Manda challenged me on facebook…

“Book Challenge thingy. List your 10 favourite books, that have stayed with you. Don’t be shy, share truly and don’t try too hard, reading is entertainment not a credibility challenge.”

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