MO Cornelisse is a Dutch artist from the Netherlands working in ceramics. Her work includes her signature melting vases in white with gold leaf. She takes three-dimensional geometric forms and arranges them into various big and small waves in a series entitled Wall Objects. Her white porcelain dolls take the innocuous child’s toy and adds sometimes morbid, sometimes grotesque details, such as a fallen face, a sunken head, mouse ears, or a blockhead. Her artist statement is “to show there are more to ceramics than we used to see.” via artsy.net
‘Emulsifier’ is a rotating glass sculpture by Thomas Medicus. This beautiful and interesting work is made up of four hand-painted anamorphic paintings on 160 glass strips. Check out the video to learn more about it!
The Lattice receptacle series comprises artworks that use porcelain lattice structures as fundamental forms.
A piece is constructed by the accumulation of base units (cubic hollows), which are formed using a slip casting technique. From this production method of unit accumulation derives geometric and formative aesthetics that give space the capacity to exist in density. The internal space that is opened by the lattice structure becomes a device to receive light, and together with the permeability of porcelain it emphasizes the aspect of light and shadow.