Aki Moriuchi.

Ceramics

I tried to capture and create the passage of time in my work, through both their forms and surfaces. They were multi-glazed and multi-fired at high stoneware temperatures, then sandblasted.

This long process of repetition echoes Nature’s weathering, with unpredictable results.

Some people call my glazes ‘volcanic’. This is a term never coined by myself, as I always found it too harsh. I prefer the description ‘weathered’.

I stopped my ceramic practice in 2007.

INKPA black INKPA black
Kan Kan
Koro Koro Koro Koro

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