Moulded and cast porcelain made from plastic packaging material.
This body of work is influenced by the historical narrative surrounding the life-size porcelain sculpture of a fox produced by Johann Gottliev Kirchner and made in the Saxon royal porcelain manufactory in Meissen between 1730 and 1735.
Clay, multiple-fired glazes, enamels, lusters.
Porcelain, glaze, underglaze, lusters. This body of work is influenced by the cross-cultural exchange that occurred in Nagasaki in the 1600s between the Japanese and the Dutch.
Slip cast porcelain with clamps. Inspired by the rhyton form, these assemblies use animal and human elements to reflect on the protean dilemmas of science and genetic technologies.
Ceramic traffic cones and integrated graphic and textual representations of scientific and pseudoscientific approaches to chaparral fire ecology.