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Title: 008B Twigs

Artist: Orton Cone Box

Title: 10-13 Organic

Artist: Steen Ipsen

Title: 1-12 Tied Up

Artist: Steen Ipsen

Title: 17-12 Tied Up

Artist: Steen Ipsen

Title: 20-13 Organic

Artist: Steen Ipsen

Title: 212 Bystander

Artist: June Lee

Title: 279 Bystander

Artist: June Lee

Title: 299 Bystander

Artist: June Lee

Title: 309 Bystander

Artist: June Lee

Title: 312 Bystander

Artist: June Lee

Title: 5062 Untitled

Artist: Sayaka Shingu

Title: 5071 Untitled

Artist: Sayaka Shingu

Title: Abraxas Soup Tureen

Artist: Jack Thompson

Title: Abstract

Artist: Anne Currier

Title: Adam

Artist: Vipoo Srivilasa

Part of the “Patience Flower” series, ‘Adam’ was created by Srivilasa in response to the 18th century Meissen Schneeballen (or ’Snowball’) style of decoration, which finds vessels covered in hundreds of hand-applied flower blossoms. Impressed with the skill and composure conveyed in the result of those works, the artist sought similar sonority in playful, contemporary ceramic — drawing & molding a friendly assortment of bear-like creatures, then working in accompaniment with a team of professional ceramic flower makers based in Jingdezhen, China, where Vipoo was then practicing as a resident artist.

Title: Africa Child with Albinism No. 3

Artist: Tip Toland

From a series of figurative sculptural works dedicated to understanding and sharing information on the plight of Albinism sufferers in Eastern parts of Africa, where the rate of prevalence is significantly increased and those affected can be treated to appalling acts of segregation and mutilation — with a belief that body parts of the individual can cast magical powers when developed into potions by local shamans. Toland’s sculpture finds a remarkable intimacy in her studies, the increase in scale and framing of expression broadcasting a due sense of paranoia and tension. African Child with Albinism 3 Part of series documenting the albinos plight in Africa

Title: After Midnight

Artist: Roxanne Jackson

Title: Age

Artist: Jason Briggs

Briggs’ ceramics are formulated uniquely to appeal to our senses of attraction and revulsion. Textural hyper-realism is combined with surreal or nightmarish combinations of form, the biomorphic forms accessing subconscious recesses to discuss notions of sexuality, curiosity and psychology. ‘Ages’ is a particularly complex form, a tight knot of fabric, flesh and unquantifiable matter (all ceramic) that appeals to our sensation to touch — and the horror of what might be discovered.

Title: Alex's Suitcase

Artist: Marilyn Levine

Title: All You Can Eat

Artist: Russell Biles

‘All You Can Eat’ seems at first to simply to characterise the familiar corporate clown of McDonalds, the hand on heart gesture a token of sentimentality for such cherished customers. Biles’ political ceramics are rarely so sympathetic though, and the inscription “McHeartAttack” carved and hidden at the base of the figure might reveal the real reason that Ronald’s eyes bulge.

Title: American Auto

Artist: Paul Day

Title: Amp

Artist: Cara Jung

Title: Andy

Artist: Russel Biles

Title: Animals

Artist: Mary Ueda

Title: Anonymous Relationship

Artist: Keofar Kesornsook

Title: Anthropomorphic Jughead

Artist: Michael Lucero

Title: Apion Aeneum

Artist: Thomas Eyck

Title: Apotropaion

Artist: Conor Wilson

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