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Optional Omniscience and Snake Got Your Tongue, DiptychBy Alex Hodge

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US$ 945


Overview

2019

Porcelain, Carved porcelain

Unique Work

Dimensions: 25.4cm (H) x 50.8cm (W) x 2.5cm (D) / 10" (H) x 20" (W) x 1" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


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Artist Statement

Diptych: Optional Omniscience and Snake Got Your Tongue, Carved Porcelain Plates by Alex Hodge

Optional omniscience
Carved porcelain
Measures: 10 × 10 × 1/2 in
and
Snake got your tongue
Carved porcelain
9 1/2 × 9 1/4 × 1 in


Overall Dimensions
Height: 10 in.
Width: 20 in.
Depth: 1 in.

Her poetic porcelain plates examine and re-imagine the history of art in a way that values women, not only in body, but in wholeness, power, and love. Focusing on the narrative qualities of art-making, Hodge weaves stories into the clay which are both personal and universal.

Alex Hodge was always drawn to the arts and regularly channeled her creativity as a child whether in watercolor classes or scrapbooking with her mother. Hodge focuses on prioritizing women’s narratives in all aspects of her work. Through the decorative and symbolic details, she hints at narratives without completing them to invite the viewer to participate in creating meaning. The woman she invents exist in the present but is of the imagined future in which we all have room to flourish, to tell our stories, to give and receive love, and to express the beauty and pain of the human condition. Fundamentally, her artworks are a celebration of the tenacity and vulnerability of women and clay, an interplay of history and hope.

 



Artist Profile

Hometown: Georgia
Based in: Miami, Florida

Alex Hodge was always drawn to the arts and regularly channeled her creativity as a child whether in watercolor classes or scrapbooking with her mother. She attended the University of Georgia and received her BFA in Ceramics in order to learn the ways of coaxing clay. While at UGA, Hodge …

 

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