Pocelain, vintage recycled wood frame
Dimensions: 55cm (H) x 40cm (W) x 10cm (D) / 21.7" (H) x 15.7" (W) x 3.9" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
white and coloured porcelain elements, fired 1250°, vintage recycled wood frame. Wall piece.
This work wants to draw attention to own commitment to a group effort. The aim of the author is to represent a community and the relationship between its components: the distance or intimacy between people, the balance between the whole of humanity and the individual, the personal relationship within societies and communities, the juxtaposition between the fragility of each entity against the solidity of the whole as in a human society.
This is portrayed through the repetition of a multiplicity of related elements. Thousands of segments are cut from porcelain coils and applied one next to the other in order to represent flows: a structured rhythm made of full and empty spaces, of concave and convex particles, of shades of colours.
Though all the elements look similar to each other, however, they are always different and unique almost amounting to a declaration of individuality.
The choice of a simple bowl shape is to evoke home, intimacy, care, life and memories.
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Based in: Savignano sul Rubicone
Born in Cesena, Italy in 1970. Despite her interest in arts and architecture, decided to take up a career in economics because of her family business and she graduated in Business Studies at Hull University, UK.
After a short time spent in France she went back to Italy and settled down in the countryside in Romagna, where she experimented various artistic expressions until 2007 when she got to ceramicsas a self taught person. She deepened her knowledge of various techniques such as raku, smoke firing and porcelain in recent years.
Granata’sworks has been exhibited in many national and international venues and are part of private and pubblic collections in Italy and abroad.
Awards: 3rdPrize, IX Biennal Internacional de Ceramica, El Vendrell, Spain (2017); Honourable mention, Coffeebreak Museum, ceramic competition, Museo Gianetti, Saronno, Italy (2015); 1stPrize, Selezione Premio per la Pace, Fondazione Balestra, Longiano, Italy (2014); Honourable mention, XI Bienal Internacional de Ceramica de Aveiro, Portugal (2013); 1st Prize, La forma dell’Acqua, Ceramic competition, Museo di Villa Mirabello, Varese, Italy (2013).
Main exhibitions: ICAA Blanc de Chine, International Ceramic Art Award, China-France (2019); CICA 2019, Concurs Internacional de Ceramica De L’alcora, Museu de Ceramica de l’Alcora, Spain(2019); XIV Bienal Internacional de Ceramica de Aveiro, Portugal (2019); Murmures, Museo delleMura, Rome, Italy (2018); XIII Bienal Internacional de Ceramica de Aveiro, Portugal (2017); 11th International exhibition of Small Form Porcelain, Riga Porcelain Museum, Latvia (2017); CICA2016 Concurs internacional, Museu de Ceramica de l’Alcora, Spain (2016); In the Heart, Musei di Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy (2016); 59°PremioFaenza, Museo Internazionale delle Ceramiche di Faenza, Italy (2015); ICMEA 2013, Emerging Artist Competition, Fule Museum, Fuping, China (2013).
Main solo exhibitions: In a Crowded Silence, Touch Ceramics, Hong Kong (2019); Bianco, ExpArt Gallery, Bibbiena, Italy (2016)
Public collections: Mark Rothko Art Center, Dougavpils (Latvia); Fule Museum, Fuping (China); Riga porcelain Museum (Latvia); Museo Gianetti, Saronno (Italy); Municipality of El Vendrell (Spain); Museo Giardino Ernan, Albisola (Italy); Museo della ceramica di Grottaglie (Italy); Municipality of Gualdo Tadino (Italy).
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