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Gardiner Museum - when ceramics become creepy robots with wierd kapow launchers. Patterning and colours well loved here.

Breaking Boundaries: Four Young Canadians Re-Imagine Ceramic Art - Gardiner Museum

Tumble

Norwegian designer Falke Svatun has designed a range of stoneware vessels with cut-out bases that can balance on the edge of a shelf or windowsill

chess set by XYZ Workshop. Loosely based on Bauhaus-style chess pieces, this 3D printed set cleverly incorporates nature into an otherwise serious game.

The MicroPlanter Chess Set reimagines the classic board game by cleverly combining it with nature. Its creators, XYZ Workshop, were inspired by Bauhaus-style

"Calderilla", "Time.Matter(s)". Jaime Pitarch #Exhibition at The Ryder #London…

Matter(s)". Jaime Pitarch at The Ryder

Yee Sookyung - green ceramic

The artist working with ceramic throw away offcuts and waste. Reclaimed, made precious. ArtAsiaPacific: Piecing It Together With Yeesookyung

For five decades, visual artist and poet Alison Knowles (b. 1933) has expanded the boundaries of art with her performative work and participatory installations. Taking ordinary things such as books, beans, shoes, and strings as curious points of departure, she engages our senses and invites us to share in her intimate way of seeing the world. The exhibition–the first at any museum to consider the breadth of the artist’s work across media—features a focused selection of key pieces from the…

For five decades, visual artist and poet Alison Knowles (b. has expanded the boundaries of art with her performative work and participatory installations.

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