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Sculptural installations

About this project

This body of work emerged from a piece of written and practical research exploring the way in which we negotiate our physical and emotional place in the world and especially the ways in which we try to integrate our rich, internal and intangible world with the practical and tangible world around us. Amongst other things, the project explored demarcations and the thresholds that exist between these two exclusive spaces. All the pieces draw on the basic forms of vessels as their starting point.

Pricing

£1000 — £4000

Keywords

sculpture, vessels, vessel

Disciplines

Metal work, Silversmithing

Materials

Metal, Precious metal, Mixed Media
Holding the Line
Photographer: Odi Caspi
Holding the Line explores lines, demarcations and thresholds placing them on the surface and within forms made of Jesmonite, base metal and sterling silver.
Holding the Line
Photographer: Odi Caspi
Holding the Line explores lines, demarcations and thresholds placing them on the surface and within forms made of Jesmonite, base metal and sterling silver.
Cup Forms
Photographer: Odi Caspi
Cup Forms takes the familiar form of the handle-less cup and explores it in hollow and solid form, giving prominence to the line running up the side that hints of the join between inside and outside.
Cup Forms (detail)
Photographer: Odi Caspi
Cup Forms takes the familiar form of the handle-less cup and explores it in hollow and solid form, giving prominence to the line running up the side that hints of the join between inside and outside.
Seven Bowls
Photographer: Odi Caspi
Seven Bowls is a sculpture consisting of bowl forms on bases that can be arranged and rearranged in countless compositions. Fabricated from patinated base metal and sterling silver, the piece references many different types of bowl - from shallow and open to almost fully closed and draws on the bowl as archetypal form. The upward parts articulate the curve of the bowl whilst the rim of the bowl is extracted to become the base on which the bowls sit. Base metal and Sterling Silver, 1m sq, approx, 2015

Previous project

Bowls for Fruit

Disciplines Metal work, Silversmithing
Materials Precious metal, Metal

Next project

Other Bowls

Disciplines Metal work, Silversmithing
Materials Precious metal, Metal
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