Gidon Bing | Latest Collection

 
   The latest collection of ceramics by Gidon Bing   draws inspiration from the power and presence of reductive forms – a natural extension of his sculptural practice, where a fascination with the relationship between biological asymmetry and the artefact is explored.    

The latest collection of ceramics by Gidon Bing draws inspiration from the power and presence of reductive forms – a natural extension of his sculptural practice, where a fascination with the relationship between biological asymmetry and the artefact is explored.
 

   Although the objects possess sculptural properties they are conceived and crafted for human function, for the pleasure of a more tactile experience when carrying out everyday activities such as squeezing a lemon, making a coffee or watering a plant.    Featured - Small Coffee Percolator also available in large via the PROCESS store. | store@process.net.nz | gidonbingceramics.com     

Although the objects possess sculptural properties they are conceived and crafted for human function, for the pleasure of a more tactile experience when carrying out everyday activities such as squeezing a lemon, making a coffee or watering a plant.

Featured - Small Coffee Percolator also available in large via the PROCESS store. | store@process.net.nz | gidonbingceramics.com

 

 
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