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Posted by FBC London

13 May, 2020




Ceramic sculpture
Individually made

Flying Garden is created from porcelain and embodies movement in its creation based on a further development on a slip casting technique. The liquid clay is poured into a plaster mould where the slips allow the water to draw out, leaving the solid clay inside. The excess slip is usually removed from the mold. However, the artist intentionally lets it escape provoking an interesting effect and creating a new forming method. Through this sculptural ceramic, the artist not only aims to show the lightness and the poetic aspect of the material, but also push the boundaries of the process. This techniques allows him to create fascinating effects between the inside and the outside of the objects.


200mm H x 220mm D
7.90in H x 8.67in D

ZSOLT JOZSEF SIMON, is a Hungarian ceramic artist, who figuratively and literally needs movement to help his materials find their natural form in order to create his sculptures. Considered as one of the most innovative contemporary potter, he is extremely well-known internationally. His work draws critical acclaim as his ideas, philosophical explorations and technical skill has seemed to leap forward with every new experiment and every exhibition. In 2006 he got his academic degree as a porcelain designer and received the same year an honorable mention prize at the ceramic Biennale of Korea.

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