Whirl

 

 

Artist in residency in Arita, Japan
With support of Creative Industries Fund NL

A series of work is developed over three months living and working in Arita,
the town in Japan famous for it’s long porcelain tradition. The works reflect the landscape, the weather, and natural phenomena as well the impact the industry has on the landscape by experiments in various techniques.¬†

This is serie 1: Whirls

Images clockwise: Spinning pigmented water in the factory of Fukusengama looks like the movements of a storm. Typhoons  are common weather patterns in Japan. Nabeshima-style plate with cords.