Dimensions: 5cm (H) x 22cm (W) x 22cm (D) / 2" (H) x 8.7" (W) x 8.7" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Ceramics in motion
‘Motion is a key part of the expressiveness of my sculptures. Moving the sculptures leads to an ongoing change in shape, space, sound and feeling. Listen, see, feel and experience what happens when the sculptures dance and enjoy the moment’.
This sculpture is a circle that is able to turn around itself. When you turn it, the red circles go from inside to outside. It is stoneware, fired on high temperatures. The movements are ongoing. When you move the sculpture, the sculpture is moving you. The work is very strong despite the fragile looks; because of the firm shape of a circle: literally and figuratively as well.
It is possible to hang this sculpture or use a pedestal.
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Based in: Den Burg
"As a curious and sensitive child/teenager I followed many art and dance classes. After one year at the fashion academy, I switched to visual arts, where the love to explore different materials was encouraged. After my graduation I started with wheel throwing and that was the beginning of a deep understanding and eagerness to ‘talk’ with clay. My sculptures are connections between my various passions: textile, clay, dance, fashion and sculpture. I love to explores space and play with rhythm, shape/form, movement, energy and sound. My work is telling you a story. Listen, see, feel and experience what happens when the sculptures move and enjoy the moment".
Cecil Kemperink 2020
Her professional practice has taken her to exhibitions, performances and catwalk shows. Kemperink has exhibited in Milan and Mondovi museo della ceramica (I) - South Korea (ROK) - Mino Japan (J) - Vallauris (F) - and many other museums and galleries. Cecil Kemperink’s work can be found in the collections of: Korea Ceramic Foundation (KOCEF collection), museo della ceramica Mondovi (I), CODA museum (NL), The Foundation for Contemporary Ceramic Arts Kecskemét (HU), Ceramics Museum (NL) and many private collections. Cecil Kemperink is born in The Netherlands (Almelo, 1963) and works en lives on the island of Texel. A wonderfull place and UNESCO heritage. Here, she continues to expand and enrich all our the senses
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