Small plate Clouds - Nuages lassifs

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€46
Small porcelain plate from the Clouds series: playful clouds. Each plate has its own hand-enameled cloud. There are three ...
  • Material : Porcelain
  • Color : Cloud blue
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Small plate Clouds - Nuages lassifs

SEIJA

€46

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Small porcelain plate from the Clouds series: playful clouds. Each plate has its own hand-enameled cloud. There are three styles of clouds on this series: - "lascivious": stretched, crossing the room from side to side, - "posed": in one block they move around somewhere on the plate, - "players": starters or arrivals following the direction of the wind, partly hidden. Each room regardless of the type of cloud, looks at a different cloud.

  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Use : Food
  • Dimensions : Diam20cm x H2cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Thick porcelain: oven, microwave and dishwasher safe.

Like negatives of the sky, the clouds of these porcelains are a nod to the northern skies where blue often plays hide and seek with white. The daily hours of wandering, with my nose pointing towards the clouds, taught me to experience these clouds as protective spirits and to be happy with their presence. Enlivening the sky with a reassuring presence, the landscape scrolls but their course reminds us of the importance of moving slowly. Not to rush. I imagine them alive, endowed with feelings: sometimes, joyful, light and fast; sometimes dense, heavy and stormy. Always benevolent even in their episodic anger. Where a clear blue sky is ultimately empty, clouds bring life there and the sky becomes fertile land

Craftsman

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La fonction utilitaire de l’objet créé est pour moi primordiale. Tout mon travail se base sur l’importance de la valeur qu’attribue un utilisateur à l’objet qui va servir sa tâche. Je suis convaincue que la valeur donnée à l’objet peut concourir à apporter du sens à des gestes du quotidien et à alimenter le respect de soi, conditions nécessaires pour sortir du « tout jetable », du plus bas coût à tout prix et de l’obsolescence programmée. Ces modes de consommations - outre leur coût environnemental et humain - dévaluent le respect que nous portons aux moments que servent ces objets jetables ; rendant ces moments également « jetables ». Cherchant à proposer des objets de consommation qui allient éthique de production, rapprochements humains et univers artistique, je joue avec la chimie des minéraux pour créer des couleurs céramiques par la recherche d’émaux de haute température et pose ces émaux sur des pièces en grès ou en porcelaine que je crée également.