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White works (ceramic)

Neighbours

strengthened porcelain, board 103x33x19cm

Resisting entropy

porcelain fragments on light table 90x70x90cm

Esther’s suitcase

found suitcase, hand-built and cast porcelain 60x75x70cm

Consider Roi Klein

glazed earthenware, metal 40x30x9cm

I was inspired to create a sculpture about Roi Klein, a true modern-day hero.
Roi Klein was a Major in the Golani Brigade at the time of the 2006 Lebanon war. During the Battle of Bint Jbeil, a hand-grenade was thrown into the house where Klein and his men were taking cover. Klein immediately told his men, “Report that I’ve been killed”; he recited Shema Yisrael, the quintessential Jewish prayer, as he threw himself on the live grenade and absorbed the explosion with his body.
Roi Klein, a young husband and father of a small son, was killed on the spot but his soldiers were all spared.

Love letter

hand-built porcelain 8x50x60cm

hand-built porcelain 8x50x60cm

This is a whimsical work, a love letter created out of pure white porcelain.

The actual alphabet is imaginary, a combination of cuneiform and other geometric
shapes, like an elemental writing.

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Newton’s third Law of Motion

hand-built porcelain, eggplant skins, old lace 8x30x30cm

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This law states that action and reaction are equal and opposite. I chose this name to infer

the concept of balance between dissimilar shapes and materials. The abstract porcelain shapes, eggplant skins and lace all hearken from disparate material worlds. I have brought them together here to make unexpected connections between physical elements, and equally to connect plastic art with scientific rules.
One of the eggplant skins remains empty: this offers a point of entry to the concept of balance,
central to Isaac Newton’s Third Law of Motion.

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Waves

hand-built earthenware, latex 9x53x49cm

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The way we were

porcelain, orange skins, lace, found old copper dish 13x31x28cm

 

This work connects with memory and nostalgia. The antique copper dish evokes

simpler, less sophisticated times. The dried orange skins reference basic foods. The porcelain shapes are tactile, pure white, slightly varied but all of a type.
The circle arrangement is intrinsically pleasing and balance, with one shape in the centre. The piece works in the round from any point of view.
This also connects with Newton’s Third Law of Motion in choice of groups of materials, but this work is calmer, with greater equilibrium.

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