My first installation “Water Fragments”

Last semester I was taking Sculpture Situations class with prof. Emily Puthoff. I was very excited to work on my first installation “Water Fragments” made out of both unfired and fired porcelain pieces. Inspiration for my work comes from nature, and this time I wanted to create a wave that will fill out the space of a white cube. I was challenged to install and thread all of thin porcelain pieces on many fishing lines, but eventually I enjoyed when I saw how graduation in color and form grows. For the floor part, I wanted to make an interaction with the audience since we had a critique with the whole class, and after walking inside of a white cube, students had to walk on unfired pieces since there was no clean floor part at all. Leaving marks and changing the whole horizontal part of the installation was my main idea, and I was inspired by British artist, Clare Twomey http://www.claretwomey.com.

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