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Victoria Gilles Fernández

Victoria Gilles Fernández

Born: 1989

Hometown: Buenos Aires

Based in: Manchester, UK

I'm Victoria Gilles Fernández, a graphic designer and potter from Buenos Aires, Argentina, now based in Manchester, UK.

All of my work is made by me in my home studio using hand-building techniques. Maybe because I love the variations from one pot to another, even if I try to fix them, every piece stands out for its own peculiarities. I make to order and in small batches.

My work is a constant reminder of where I come from, where I am and where I am going. I use colour and patterns as a way to highlight form, taking inspiration from art history, native Latin American cultures, heritage, and the need to reconnect with nature and rituals. I’d like to bring a bit of my own culture and vision of the world while adding joy to each space.


4 works for sale

We Don't Notice Any Time Pass vase

Victoria Gilles Fernández, Argentina

Design Objects

$ 170

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Youngs plate by Victoria Gilles Fernández

Victoria Gilles Fernández, Argentina

Tableware

$ 110

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Connection Wall Hanging by Victoria Gilles Fernández

Victoria Gilles Fernández, Argentina

Design Objects

$ 120

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Islands Wall Hanging by Victoria Gilles Fernández

Victoria Gilles Fernández, Argentina

Design Objects

$ 120

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Victoria Gilles Fernández In The Studio

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What inspires you?

Latin American crafts, textures, bold patterns, abstract art, maps, landscapes

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Describe your creative process.

I may think about a close-up of a composition for many days, and all I can see is this tiny bit, and then when I'm working with the clay, the rest of the pattern unfolds. I tend to improvise a lot and try random combinations, never exactly knowing what's going to come out of the kiln. The results are unexpected yet beautiful!

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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

I'd say a rolling pin, metal rib and a piece of cloth.

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