SHAPING THE FUTURE. The Development of Ceramics and Tomorrow’s Design: Ceramics and Its Dimensions Travelling Exhibition, National Museum of Slovenia, Lubljana. 2018.

Michael Moore (Designer)

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Abstract

5 pieces of functional ceramics made by Michael Moore during the 2017 Kahla (Porcelain Factory) Symposium in partnership with Aalto University and Berlin Wiessensee School of Art, exhibited at the National Museum of Slovenia.
[SHAPING THE FUTURE]
Michael Moore, Northern Ireland: To Pour
Pouring is something we do every day. It can be deliberate and self-conscious, or just a random act. These pieces examine the activity of pouring in order to create objects with which food will be presented. The pieces study the relationship between clay and food surfaces, and any harmony or disharmony this examinations create.
Ceramics and its Dimensions: Shaping the Future is a touring exhibition and the result of a one-year workshop with selected European students from schools and universities that have been dealing with questions and possible innovations in the requirements of tomorrow’s design.
The exhibition is open until 31 July 2018 at the National museum of Slovenia.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLubljana, Slovenia.
PublisherNational Museum of Slovenia
Publication statusPublished - 15 May 2018

Keywords

  • Shaping the Future. Ceramics and its Dimensions. Kahla Symposium

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