Paper, Paper clay
Dimensions: 28cm (H) x 28cm (W) x 4cm (D) / 11" (H) x 11" (W) x 1.6" (D)
Diameter: 28cm / 11"
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings
Estimated delivery for this item is between 15 March - 20 March
This item ships from Ireland
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About the art
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The sphere is an ancient and universal symbol that represents unity, completeness, and infinity- the whole universe. The sphere has no edges and therefore no corners. I decided to build an orb from a contrary angular shape, that was a triangle. The triangle is the strongest as it holds its shape and has a very strong base and support. And I made a triangle-based pyramid that connected with the next one in the corners. The thin, paperclay sticks, are very fragile but in patterns, they become strong and durable. I think that all can be translated to our situation, how fragile we are alone, and what strength we can get from our closer and farther community.
Paperclay, fired in 1200 c
Based in: Ireland
Magdolna Toth finished the Hungarian Applied Art Institute (MOME) in 1990 and graduated as a Porcelain-Ceramic Industrial Designer. From 1993-2000 worked in the construction industry making architectural ceramics and restoration works in Budapest. Parallel and after she was commissioned by IKEA and several hotels in Budapest, Vienna, Berlin to make …
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