Homo Faber

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Presented by logo Homo Faber by Michelangelo Foundation
© A Lighthouse called Kanata

Forms in Succession

This abstract, elegant sculpture is handmade from two independent pieces of slip-cast porcelain, conjoined using glaze. The wave-like shape is inspired by the landscape of Nagae’s home town of Seto, Japan. During the main firing, the piece is draped and tapered with the help of gravity, creating an original, dynamic form.

Courtesy of A Lighthouse called Kanata

Detailed FeaturesTechnique

Type: Sculpture
Dimensions: 30 H x 49.5 W x 37 D cm
Material: Porcelain, glaze
Date: 2017

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