穿芭蕾舞短裙的男孩

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穿芭蕾舞短裙的男孩
木灰釉陶器
2020
14英寸高x 10英寸宽
用车轮抛模手工制造的水壶

安东尼·邓洛普(Anthony Dunlop)创造了功能陶瓷,旨在创造未来感的“古董”,将科幻小说和未来主义主题与二十一世纪的代表性和身份相结合。我使用一种跨越人类历史的媒介,问陶瓷如何创造我们的物质未来。我混合了传统的陶瓷工艺:抛掷车轮,手工建造和模具制造,以建造、解剖和重建,并克服重力。我分享我自己和我所使用的材料之间的内在联系,并利用经过时间考验的陶瓷的永生性,回顾过去、现在和未来的人类,文明和文化的交汇处。

Anthony Dunlop creates functional ceramics with the aim to create the antiques of the future, combining themes of science fiction and futurism with representation and identity in the twenty-first century.

Anthony Dunlop Artist Statement
I create functional ceramic vessels to be the antiques of the future. Working with a medium that has spanned human history, I am compelled to ask how ceramics can create our material future. Mixing traditional ceramic processes: wheel throwing, hand-building, and mold-making—to build, dissect, and reconstruct vessels that defy gravity in a deeply earthbound practice. Sharing an inherent relationship between myself and the material I work with, I look to the intersection of human bodies, civilization and culture in the past, present, and future through the time-tested immortality of ceramics.

This work “Enforced Errors” is part of a series of groupings of vessels that are constructed to relate to one another. They are hand built using molds of wheel-thrown forms and finished with sprayed wood ash glazes to push the limits of intention and accident in the final form and surface treatment.

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穿芭蕾舞短裙的男孩
木灰釉陶器
2020
14英寸高x 10英寸宽
用车轮抛模手工制造的水壶

安东尼·邓洛普(Anthony Dunlop)创造了功能陶瓷,旨在创造未来感的“古董”,将科幻小说和未来主义主题与二十一世纪的代表性和身份相结合。我使用一种跨越人类历史的媒介,问陶瓷如何创造我们的物质未来。我混合了传统的陶瓷工艺:抛掷车轮,手工建造和模具制造,以建造、解剖和重建,并克服重力。我分享我自己和我所使用的材料之间的内在联系,并利用经过时间考验的陶瓷的永生性,回顾过去、现在和未来的人类,文明和文化的交汇处。

Anthony Dunlop creates functional ceramics with the aim to create the antiques of the future, combining themes of science fiction and futurism with representation and identity in the twenty-first century.

Anthony Dunlop Artist Statement
I create functional ceramic vessels to be the antiques of the future. Working with a medium that has spanned human history, I am compelled to ask how ceramics can create our material future. Mixing traditional ceramic processes: wheel throwing, hand-building, and mold-making—to build, dissect, and reconstruct vessels that defy gravity in a deeply earthbound practice. Sharing an inherent relationship between myself and the material I work with, I look to the intersection of human bodies, civilization and culture in the past, present, and future through the time-tested immortality of ceramics.

This work “Enforced Errors” is part of a series of groupings of vessels that are constructed to relate to one another. They are hand built using molds of wheel-thrown forms and finished with sprayed wood ash glazes to push the limits of intention and accident in the final form and surface treatment.

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Auction started 2月 21, 2021 4:00 下午

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