Interpenetration spaces ceramic/G&D2

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Interpenetration and intersection: Ceramic hollow forms whose volumes interpenetrate or whose walls are intersected with each other give rise to interpenetration spaces and forms that are created by fusion. They are sometimes very complex and difficult to imagine - this is precisely the exciting approach of this theme. In the combination of experimenting, constructing and planning, completely new forms are generated step by step in the process of making, which we could not imagine through our imagination alone. In the process, not least, the spatial imagination is further formed.

The constructive structure of this ceramic sculpture is similar to the structure of an architecture in solid construction. Statics and design must speak a common language in order to merge into a composition.

In the studio we will work with different clays, the resulting objects will be fired on site after the end of the lecture and a drying phase of several weeks....

Place: Sculptor's studio/Wüllnerstraße

Material contribution: basic amount 25 €, depending on the effort, additional costs may arise individually.

Date: Monday | 09:30 - 12:30 clock

Supervisors: Axel Friedrich, Prof. Thomas Schmitz

Guest critique: The course will be accompanied on several dates by the ceramic designer Barbara Brouwers in the form of guest critique and technical support.