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Tracing Venice

Luke Fuller


Luke Fuller is an emerging ceramic artist, who has already made a name for himself since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2020. His pieces, often inspired by steelworks and coal mining, have a genuine sense of heft and scale, using a mixture of stoneware, porcelain and, occasionally, concrete. They also contain a slightly alien quality. The young maker enjoys experimenting with techniques – using moulds made from cardboard that are subsequently burned away and, sometimes, taking an oversized hammer to his pieces. However, he is aware of the importance of skill and tradition. "Everyone builds upon some kind of traditional process. So I’m building on mould making and using that know-how from the past" he explains. And what does a well-made object mean to him? "Something that’s thoughtful, personal and contains material knowledge."

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