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Urn Pincus’ research into the value and perceptions evoked by colour is made all the more remarkable in its synchronisation with ceramic form. His precisely thrown porcelain vessels or pots find themselves a canvas for the kind of colour theory first expressed by Isaac Newton in his 1704 opus Opticks, or the exercises and studies of Johannes Itten and Josef Albers, and portray a semi-scientific and progressively orientated approach to understanding interactions of space, interaction and perception. Pinches often refers to his vessels as ‘paintings of pots’ as commonly as pots themselves, introducing an intriguing conflict between our impression of surface and object. http://hieronymusobjects.com/content/images/thumbs/0017879_urn_1.jpeg Peter Pincus


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Pincus’ research into the value and perceptions evoked by colour is made all the more remarkable in its synchronisation with ceramic form. His precisely thrown porcelain vessels or pots find themselves a canvas for the kind of colour theory first expressed by Isaac Newton in his 1704 opus Opticks, or the exercises and studies of Johannes Itten and Josef Albers, and portray a semi-scientific and progressively orientated approach to understanding interactions of space, interaction and perception. Pinches often refers to his vessels as ‘paintings of pots’ as commonly as pots themselves, introducing an intriguing conflict between our impression of surface and object.
Artist: Peter Pincus

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Porcelain-Glaze Sculpture 28.0000 inches 9.5000 inches 0.0000 inches