Material Event by Ellen Vartun Vondelpark Amsterdam, NL
Artist Ellen Vårtun photos by Laura Puska
Artist talk Michael Raedecker De Ateliers Amsterdam, NL
The video performance Obsession of trust by laura Puska is a part of the exhibition opening today on the 14th at 7pm in Decorfabriek in Maastricht. The exhibition with ceramic works… Continue reading
SLOW BURN – AN INDEX OF POSSIBILITIES SPOORZONE 013 – 06.04 – 23.06.2013 Kunstpodium T 5 years Pupil/Master project 8 June – 22 September 2013 The exhibition of Kunstpodium T in… Continue reading
The Obsession of trust video performance can be seen in vimeo.
Video of the performance can be seen soon.
It seems to be a red week. Ceramic kitchen mitts got a layer of color, and they’re ready to be destroyed.
Ceramic kettle gloves cast in plaster mould, shaped afterwards.
Finally the plaster mould was dry and I got to test how it comes out when pouring liquid clay inside.
While my plaster mould is drying, I’m going back to some old work. Finally the other half of the empty house is being fired. Thinking of glazing, colors and presentation.
The second half of my kettle glove mould was made plaster catching all the little details of textile. The mould will be dried in a drying cabinet for the next two weeks.
After a series of smaller ones, I’m trying out how this abandoned shell would work in a bigger scale.
Sketching with clay continues. Here is a 2-parted abandoned house.
I did some trials with liquid clay to observe some abandoned placing/housing
Remember the violent mess… This is how it turned out. Cracked turquoise with different tones of brown varying into yellow and green.
It looks like a violent mess but no, it’s only my glazing experimentation of the day!