Seven Logics of Sculpture by Ernst van Alphen
Seven Logics of Sculpture opens up new ways of looking at, understanding, and appreciating sculpture, placing the medium at the heart of art’s experience; how sculpture can be shaped, assembled, encountered, seen and embodied.
Nose for Thomas Eyck
Nose – a standing oval with one very large spout and a foot underneath otherwise it will tip over. Nose comes in two sizes, and three colors: grayish blue, warm sand and broken white speckled. The porcelain is hand polished, giving the surface a dense and a subtle shine.
Image by Erik & Petra Hesmerg
Harvey Series and Nose for Thomas Eyck
The small carafe forms the start of the Harvey Series. Approached from the back side it looks like a cup, but when turned a quarter, the appearance changes completely. The frontside exists of a sprout, giving it a perky opposite shape to the cup. The cup shape forms the base of the complete series.