August 13th, 2010
Master students from HDK – School of Design and Crafts, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Tomorrow’s cocky, creative and curious design and crafts.
Designer and craft students are exhibithing their final examwork in Röhsska Museum for fashion, design and craft in Gothenburg.
There You can see how different aspect the five newly graduated ceramist have in the relation of clay. Read the rest of this entry »
March 21st, 2010
The Glas and Ceramic School Bornholm/Danmarks Designskole.
In Nexø, at Bornholm, Danmarks Designschool Bornholm is located. Formerly known as Glas og Keramikskolen. It is a 3 year education where you work concentrated with either glass or ceramic, in different ways. Right now at the school 10 students from the ceramic department work on their final project. The final project is going on for about 15 weeks and end up with an exam and exibitions around in Denmark and Sweden. Read the rest of this entry »
March 11th, 2010
Inspired by the previous post on this blog, about ceramics in an urban context,
I would like to share an interesting exhibition experience from the opposite realm
of public space: the rural context. From November 2009 through March 2010 I’ve
been participating in Field Work, a project which aims to present site-specific art
installations in a field near Perth, Ontario, (Canada) for passers-by to stumble upon,
discover, journey to, and explore.
March 8th, 2010
We are two ceramic artists who in our project “Street Ceramics” use the streets in Copenhagen as exhibition space (www.urbaneceramics.blogspot.com). We are working in an experimental way with ceramics that moves out from the gallery and relates to space and surroundings in the city. This project has lead to an interest and an urge to find out more about alternative exhibition spaces. Read the rest of this entry »
February 26th, 2010
As an inhabitant of Bornholm and as a ceramic artist/craft maker, its obvious that my first blog post is about, what is currently happening in the world of craft and ceramic art on Bornholm.
Winter on Bornholm is in many ways very still. The artists and craftmakers that live here are in a kind of winter sleep. The silent winter leaves time and space to immerse ourself in our craft professions, and come up with new ideas for projects and works. Even though it is quiet, exibitons and events are still taking place. Read the rest of this entry »