Synagogue Series

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Abstract

Following invitation to the 2011 'Intonation' Symposium in Deidesheim Germany, M Moore exhibited 4 pieces of Ceramic Sculpture exploring the relationship between surface, shadow and light as a research question. This question has been explored in a series of works exhibited in Philadelphia, under the concept of 'dazzle camoflague'. Here in the The Old Synagogue of Deidesheim, now a venue for visual art events, performances and symposia, the question of relationship of surface and form is explored within the forum of an international symposium of Ceramics with public exhibition running throughout the event.
LanguageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 8 Apr 2011

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Keywords

  • Intonation Deidesheim Ceramics Symposium

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