Experimental pottery with Dan Les

Symmetry for perfection
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Some pending ideas in my mind came to reality in the autumn of 2014, when I had the chance to go into ceramist`s Dan Les workshop. I was preparing a small project that would express in a physical form some different types of deformations that can occur to a moldable object.
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Asymetry for trauma
This time I tried to express/impress different types of „trauma” that could occur in such an object. Every one of them was started as a perfectly symmetrical pot, on a revolving wheel, and then deformed by one single touch/”event”, or „pressed, touched, twisted further into other final states.

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