Installation of two neutral coloured stoneware geometric vessels
Made using a series of different techniques such as wheel throwing, hand-building and assembling
Sun Kim focuses on making functional and sculptural objects which explore the relationship between the traditional and the contemporary.
Her latest body of work, a series of geometric vessels, are individually content but also work very well in groups. They form a language of work that Sun has been developing and refining for the last few years and they play with geometry and composition.
Sun’s making process involves different techniques such as wheel throwing, hand building and assembling. Her aim is to explore three-dimensionality, emphasizing the senses of volume, tension and expansion within a form.
The inspiration comes from her surroundings: objects and their historical context, architecture, texture, colour, design and nature. They all continually feed her visual language and open new paths of investigation.
For Sun, making is a personal journey as each piece progresses within the studio. She finds it intriguing how her pots begin to create new narratives for themselves when placed in different settings. The work begins to interact with its new environment taking on a new context.
Read more about Sun Kim here
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