CECILE

This piece was inspired by Tel Aviv's urban landscape and the unique Bauhaus buildings. with a desire to combine the architectural style at the domestic space, as a daily basic instrument. The bowl was radicalized to the absurd state in which infinite concrete walls penetrate it. The walls function as a tripod and change the bowl's inner and dimensional boundaries in space and thus inject the buildings of the White City into the home's personal space. ceramic made using a combination of casting molds technics and a manual connecting process.

 

This piece was a part of Domestic Space exhibition, at the UF of Fine Art.

© 2019 Amalia Shem Tov
Tel Aviv, Israel