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This body of work began as a study of fluids under tension, where the processes acting on a fluid cause it to take on definition. Using a playful colour palette, the fluidity of the forms lends themselves to experimenting with glaze as a component of the clay body, as surface inclusions, as well as both gassing materials and glass chunks to enhance the fluidity and agency of the processes happening in the kiln.

This work seeks to understand the idea of a unified object language, working in single-fire, where all components of work must be made together at once. The forms, the surfaces, texture, colour, all applied as a single moment, giving over more agency to the kiln and seeking a collaboration with the process and materials.