Focusing on breaking taboo subjects through the paradigm of craft, by enveloping the deep connection of material and the body. Through making with clay there is a connection to the earth and life. Thinking through my experiences of poor menstrual health to find form and surface decoration through experimentation. This can be seen through the surfaces of my ceramic forms, by harnessing the defective glazed surface to communicate the sense of pain through the subversion and abstracting of forms.
Kayleigh Peters Ceramics
Black Stoneware on Porcelain Plinth Dia:350mm H:480mm
Thrown Stoneware, various sizes.
Embroidered Medical Curtain H:1740 x W:2460mm. Embroidered panels explore historical context of gendered bias, abstract musings of personal narratives.
Black Slipcast Porcelain mounted on pink board,H:800mm W:1400mm
Black Stoneware on Porcelain Plinth W:85mm x D:85mm x H:140mm