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Abstract Art, Ceramics, Installation, Mixed Media, PhD Thesis, Sculpture

PhD Installation

My PhD installation comprised of organic sculptural ceramics that explored environmental issues through the use of organic and textured materials. Clay was utilised as a metaphor, in either its fired or unfired form, as it is ‘the skin of the earth’, and is therefore ideal to communicate the fragility and changeability of our environment. The installation is intended to be a conduit for the participant to reinvigorate their innate interdependence on the natural world.

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  1. some really great blog posts on this website , thankyou for contribution.

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    Posted by Tracey Mcmahon | October 26, 2011, 4:56 pm

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