My practice focuses greatly on my immediate surroundings and strongly incorporates Henri Lefebvre’s theory of ‘the everyday’, (1961). Through rigorous trials, this series of work aims to represent the connection between myself, the viewer, and the materiality of the object through domestic forms. 

After pushing clay and ceramics to their boundaries, I have produced a series of work that represent my connection to these raw materials but also my personal space. With an ongoing pandemic, my home environment has been more important than ever. Hence the reason for my chosen materials made into vessel forms.
Various Objects
found terracotta, white stoneware, porcelain, wood
Vessels
white stoneware
Curve
plasterboard
Moulds
plasterboard, plaster adhesive, bonding plaster, masking tape 
Tadelakt I & Tadelakt II
wood, string, bonding plaster, finishing plaster, olive oil, soap 

Tadelakt I & Tadelakt II
wood, string, bonding plaster, finishing plaster, olive oil, soap 
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