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Kiho Kang Vessel 56

£1,580.00

Dimensions: Ø 35cm x H 31cm

Materials: Porcelain

Method: Hand built

Care: Watertight, dry after use 

 

Description

This broad, sculptural moon jar is composed of clays collected in Germany's volcanic valley. Its soft white elegant form is pure, its haptic surface emphasized by an unglazed matte exterior and transparent glazed interior.

 

About the Artist

Kiho Kang, born in Jin-Hae, South Korea, is now based in Munich, Germany. Kiho completed a BA in ceramic art from Kookmin University in Seoul in 2009 followed by a Masters in artistic ceramic and glass at Koblenz University of Applied Sciences in Mainz, Germany. 

Kiho constructs strictly geometric vessels and tableware by coiling and pinching, slowly building up each piece. Kiho’s ceramics are inspired by memory, architecture and everyday objects. They are both fully functional and aesthetic, created with the user in mind and with the aim of purity. Kiho refrains from adding unnecessary adornments to his pieces to allow the user to experience the texture of the clay, which varies widely due to his practice of mixing clays collected in Germany’s volcanic valleys. This is enhanced by the unglazed matte exteriors combined with transparent glazed interiors, which emphasizes the pure and structural elements of the work





Kiho Kang Vessel 56

£1,580.00

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