Ceramics are traditionally described using terminology belonging to the human form, giving rise here to comparisons between the two.
These are impossible vessels, work-shy pots, and a mass of contradictions.
They’re awkward, unsymmetrical, appear fragile but have the toughness resulting from survival in adversity.
They suggest usefulness and competence but are unable to function practically, unstable, perforated, pitted, and scarred, worn and marked by time, these pieces look as if they’ve seen something of life.
Although groups of pieces are mutually supportive, individuals will find their own idiosyncratic stabilit