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Elemental earth : material design process.

Publisher: Berkeley, CA : Gingko Press Inc., 2019. ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Humans have been fashioning art and tools from earth for at least 25,000 years. Despite the age of this relationship, continuing technological developments mean we are still coming up with new ways of shaping clay, stone and soil. Material Design Process: Elemental/Earth is a deep-dive into the latest in earth-based making, from composite stonework to 3D-printed ceramics. Profiles of artists renowned for their work  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9781584237365 1584237368
OCLC Number: 1044866899
Notes: Includes index.
"First published in 2019 by Sandu Publishing" -- Title page verso.
Artists include: Agne Kucerenkaite ; Akira Satake ; Alice Walton ; Anna Westerlund ; Atelier Murmur ; Atelier NL ; Florian Gadsby ; Hana Karim ; Ida Wieth ; Irina Razumovskaya ; Jack Doherty ; Jongjin Park ; Li Wenchao ; Martín Azúa ; Olivier van Herpt ; Paolo Paronetto ; Studio Joachim-Morineau ; Studio Oddness ; Wu Haoyu ; Zhang Lingyun ; Zhu Ohmu.
Description: 224 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
Contents: Preface / Florian Gadsby --
Philosophy of Earth. Soil and human: Nature and creation / Nina Liao --
Innovation of Earth. The clay diggers: Atelier NL ; Interview with Atelier NL --
Speak for the nothingness: Wu Haoyu ; Interview with Wu Haoyu --
Earth romance: Zhang Lingyun ; Interview with Zhang Lingyun --
Speak for the silence: Irina Razumovskaya ; Interview with Irina Razumovskaya --
3D printed ceramics: Olivier van Herpt ; Interview with Olivier van Herpt --
Abstract ceramic forms: Alice Walton ; Interview with Alice Walton --
The opposite of clay and metal: Ida Wieth ; Interview with Ida Wieth --
Soda-fired porcelain: Jack Doherty ; Interview with Jack Doherty --
Experiment with clay: Atelier Murmur ; Interview with Atelier Murmur --
A material explorer: Li Wenchao ; Interview with Li Wenchao --
A new advocate of the traditional craft: Florian Gadsby ; Interview with Florian Gadsby --
Metal waste artwork: Agne Kucerenkaite ; Interview with Agne Kucerenkaite --
Shape the colors: Hana Karim ; Interview with Hana Karim --
Nature chaser: Anna Westerlund ; Interview with Anna Westerlund --
Dripping ceramics: Studio Joachim-Morineau ; Interview with Studio Joachim-Morineau --
Reproducing nature: Martín Azúa ; Interview with Martín Azúa --
Bubblegraphy vessels: Studio Oddness ; Interview with Studio Oddness --
Paper ceramic arts: Jongjin Park ; Interview with Jongjin Park --
Random beauty of nature: Akira Satake ; Interview with Akira Satake --
Tribute to the beauty of imperfection: Paolo Paronetto ; Interview with Paolo Paronetto --
Ecological coil pots: Zhu Ohmu ; Interview with Zhu Ohmu .

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"Humans have been fashioning art and tools from earth for at least 25,000 years. Despite the age of this relationship, continuing technological developments mean we are still coming up with new ways of shaping clay, stone and soil. Material Design Process: Elemental/Earth is a deep-dive into the latest in earth-based making, from composite stonework to 3D-printed ceramics. Profiles of artists renowned for their work with earthen materials explore the frontier where inspiration, skill and technology meet. Whether working with new technologies or bare hands and clay, these artisans push the boundaries of stone and soil, creating truly unique, inspiring new forms, never losing sight of the ancient relationship our species shares with the materials. The first in a new series of books exploring elemental materials, Material Design Process: Elemental/Earth presents a bold picture of the present and future of handmade earthenware."--back cover.

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