Dimensions: 20cm (H) x 10cm (W) / 7.9" (H) x 3.9" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
'Imaginary drinks' is the project to translate human senses (smell, taste) into vision (sight) in
ceramics. Relating to eating/drinking activity, the idea stems from my childhood how I build up
memories and perception about the taste.
Focusing on tactility, this sculptural vessel leads viewer to the Synesthesia experience while featuring imaginative, extraordinary and pop-up textures.
The surface/color of each piece is reminiscent of certain flavor/taste to give imagination to the viewer.
Inspiration comes from the abstract feeling of taste like sour, sweet,fizzy, bitterness.
The colours and surface texture of my work turned this abstractness into tangible and vibrant visual language in ceramics.
My object is in between function and non-function, this artistic work is not only featuring the technical skills as a well made craft but also suggesting the dialogue and narrative of objects in contemporary context whilst throwing a question the area between Craft, Design and Art.
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Based in: Munich
Ahryun is a full-time Ceramic Artist based near in Munich, Germany.
She is a passionate pioneer of Contemporary Ceramics to discover a new creative direction in Ceramics.
Having studied ceramics in South Korea and UK, at the two prominent Art institutes : Seoul National University in Korea (2011) and Royal College of Art in UK (2016), she explores numerous creative possibilities by embracing different perspectives between East and West.
Her practice has developed in varied ways based on using a combination of professional skills alongside fundamental knowledge of materials.
Popping colours and intriguing textures are the main feature of her work, the unique object is visually material-driven and highly skillful, which contains both aspects between tradition and contemporary and a kind of mix aesthetics in between Asia and Europe.
While peering into the area between tradition and contemporary, Ahryun's objective is to create something extraordinary piece which draw a question about the definition of ceramics and blur the boundaries between Craft, Design and Art.
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