Ceramics, glaze, pigments, linen, scoby [symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast], turmeric and welding wire,
Our new installation, Re-Assemble Expectations, is made by re-using particles from our last work, Assemble Expectations.
Scattered pieces of ceramics emerged from the process of fermentation within handmade pots. The gas inside the sealed pots triggered an explosion which then created unexpected shapes and pieces of ceramics.
With this work we reacted on those pieces by carving interrelated shapes into wooden supporter pillars, reenacting the moment of explosion.
With Re-Assemble Expectations we play with the gap between intent and outcome.
Trying to physicalise the space between conscious intention and incidental action, hand made by man and grown by nature.
By re-using materials that originated in recent projects, we imitate the systems of cause and effect similar to that of growth cycles in nature.