Starting with the idea of creating big simple volumes, according to the size of some of the biggest ceramic kilns available in Europe, the volumes follow the two common human postures; standing, “Monolith Horizontal” and sitting, “Monolith Vertical.” More than about function, these pieces have been created to be a canvas for larger scale ceramic experiments ― a technical and physical challenge in different aspects. In different ways, the glazes play with the structure of the pieces. “Monolith Vertical” has a dry glaze that has been applied in the same direction, evolving in an almost neon gradient. Monolith is a project that has been developed at EKWC, the European Ceramic Center in the Netherlands.

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