Porcelain meets fur
Inspired by Méret Oppenheim's "Object ", porcelain and fur are joined together to express the contrast between hardness and softness: on the top of the matt porcelain jar, there is a furry ball for stroking. When opening the cuddly jar, a sensual feeling arises. It transforms the handling quietly, softly and affectionately. The porcelain itself is cold and has nothing to do with a warm body surrounded by skin and hair. Nevertheless, it becomes addicted to touch the furry products, gently stroking them and playing with them.
Furry jar, 2016, porcelain, Ø 9.5 cm, H 9 cm / Ø 7.5 cm, H 8 cm / Ø 7.8 cm, H 14 cm/ Ø 6.8 cm, H 10 cm
Perron-Kunstpreis der Stadt Frankenthal (Pfalz) 2017
Fokus Gefaß, Förderpreis Keramik 2016