installations

Art exhibitions - ceramic installations

Art exhibitions - ceramic installations

In Italy several ceramic installations have been realized for exhibitions and competitions.

The "Spiral" made in Italy in 1999 is one of them.

We will not describe all the works of contemporary art made, but we will try to explain this one.

To help you better understand our approach.

The ceramic installation "Spirale" was presented on the occasion of the competition and the collective exhibition "Millenium" at the Museo Ferroviario di Pietrarsa - Portici Napoli in Italy.

The work is composed of 160 modules, 10x10 cm tiles, with spiral decoration.

Total diameter 500 cm.

For the decoration were used materials, mainly of industrial recovery.

Such as small coloured glass, metal wires - brass, copper, silver - and hardware - bolts, screws, nails, washers.

As a result, the pliers replaced the brush.

And so a new way of looking at ceramic decoration was born.

In short, the gestures of our hands change, and consequently our gaze is transformed.

Some wire bent with a pair of pliers instead of the brush mark.

And broken pieces of glass with tweezers to replace the camber.

On the other hand, if it is with metal oxides that ceramics are decorated, why not use glass and metal directly?

"Spiral" is inspired by the infinite continuity of Life.

Spirals are all different like many microcosms; individual lives that form the macrocosm of the Spiral of Existence.

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 "Spirale" 1999 competition and the collective exhibition "Millenium" at the Museo Ferroviario di Pietrarsa - Portici Napoli in Italy.

Chessboard 2007 Panel 80x80cm. Earthenware and terracotta.

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Art Competition San Lorenzo- Benevento Italy

Ceramic installation "SpiraLux" 2009.

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 Works made in Italy for the collective exhibition of contemporary art "Today Mater Lux" -

Museum of Peasant Civilization "Masseria Luce"- San Pietro a Patierno Naples Italy

 

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