AMOTT (Untitled 02) 2019

  • AMOTT (Untitled 02) 2019
  • AMOTT (Untitled 02) 2019
  • AMOTT (Untitled 02) 2019
  • AMOTT (Untitled 02) 2019
  • AMOTT (Untitled 02) 2019

Ceramic wall sculpture from my exhibition "Always Mysteries of the Tongue" 2019

Glossy black and white (speckled with blue and red crystals) glazed porcelain stoneware
L: 28cm
W: 19cm
D: 3.5cm

The piece is intended for wall mounting, brass pins will be supplied for all pieces but for heavier pieces, a more sturdy fixing such as a plate hanger may be needed.

The back of the piece is unglazed raw clay.

A certificate of authenticity will be provided as the work itself is not signed.

Due to the fragile nature of the works I am only shipping to the UK at this time

Each work will be packaged and posted individually even if more than one item is in the order. Items will be sent via Royal Mail Special Delivery and will be insured for the full amount. There is an automatic postage discount for multiple ceramic items bought. Please email if you have any specific questions about postage.
Please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery.

Exhibition Info:

Always Mysteries of the Tongue (commissioned by HOME projects for the Granada Foundation galleries) is a new presentation of ceramics, drawing, painting and collage, to explore the complexities of communication using elements from science fiction.
Borrowing from a wide range of contemporary, historical and futuristic sources, the work explores different ways of depicting and constructing language.

Using elements from three different science fiction texts as a framework from which to remix elements of speculative storytelling, Always Mysteries of the Tongue is presented across two fictional time periods, both set in futures far from now. The project is an imaginary pictorial language system, presented firstly in the Utopian year of 2819 and then nine hundred years later when information has been lost and the imagery is taken out of context and rendered into decorative abstract forms, using repetition, speculation and collage.

View installation images here: