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Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin


Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Each piece seems to melt onto a surface while strangely retaining its original printed pattern. Artist Livia Marin imagines a different characteristics for ceramic bowls, cups and tea pots in this series of work titled Nomad Patterns.

The designs are actually a Willow Pattern motif, a pastiche of Chinese landscape decoration created by an English man in the 1790s “as if” it were Chinese. She adds that the objects “appear as staged somehow indeterminately between something that is about to collapse or has just been restored; between things that have been invested with the attention of care but also have the appearance of a ruin.” The 32 objects were on view at Eagle Gallery in London in 2012.

You can see much more over on her website, and learn more at Eagle Gallery. (via if magazine)

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

 

Each piece seems to melt onto a surface while strangely retaining its original printed pattern. Artist Livia Marin imagines a different characteristics for ceramic bowls, cups and tea pots in this series of work titled Nomad Patterns.

The designs are actually a Willow Pattern motif, a pastiche of Chinese landscape decoration created by an English man in the 1790s “as if” it were Chinese. She adds that the objects “appear as staged somehow indeterminately between something that is about to collapse or has just been restored; between things that have been invested with the attention of care but also have the appearance of a ruin.” The 32 objects were on view at Eagle Gallery in London in 2012.

You can see much more over on her website, and learn more at Eagle Gallery. (via if magazine)




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