Description3 Month Invited Artists Residency. Working as their Artist in Residence from November 2013 to the end of January 2014, Moore created a series of celadon glazed ceramic forms as a reference to the celadon glaze traditions across Asia. Inspired by geographic topology, and references to personal memory, forms such as Yingge Tower' were created during this residency. Yingge is the part of the New Taipei City that houses the Ceramic Art Museum. 'Yingge Tower' was selected for the 2016 Latvian Ceramics Biennial and was then acquired to the permanent collection of the Mark Rothko Centre in Latvia. Works from the residency were also selected for the Design Crafts Council Portfolio exhibition and the 2016 members exhibition of the International Academy of Ceramics at the Design Hub in Barcelona, Spain.
|Period||30 Jan 2014|
|Held at||The New Taipei Ceramics Museum, Taiwan, Taiwan, Republic of China|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
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