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True Love Novak’s “disfigurines” reposition the historical context that ceramic classically retains — investing in a traditional western, bourgeois perspective and then subverting it to introduce a fresh and often haunting model. ‘True Love’ finds sentimentality at a difficult axis, the central form stripped of any notion of decoration or presentation for a simple, rough block of clay — the peeking rodent implying a gutter or trench cutting through. Two figures, male and female, stand split by the gulf; separated but in tune. http://hieronymusobjects.com/content/images/thumbs/0019262_true-love_1.jpeg Justin Novak


True Love

Novak’s “disfigurines” reposition the historical context that ceramic classically retains — investing in a traditional western, bourgeois perspective and then subverting it to introduce a fresh and often haunting model. ‘True Love’ finds sentimentality at a difficult axis, the central form stripped of any notion of decoration or presentation for a simple, rough block of clay — the peeking rodent implying a gutter or trench cutting through. Two figures, male and female, stand split by the gulf; separated but in tune.
Artist: Justin Novak

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Ceramic Sculpture 7.2500 inches 5.7500 inches 4.2500 inches