Danish ceramist Merete Rasmussen forms the pieces slowly in her studio, allowing each section to dry until it’s sturdy enough to hold the weight of the next piece. The technique, which she developed in order to make the abstract structures she had in her head, allows her to build up sculptures that look like one continuous piece.
sculptures by LA based artist Aili Schmeltz. "I am fascinated by the hybridized structures and blatant artifice of the city in both it’s natural and man made environments where hill top homes float precariously overhead on earth that has a topographical complexity of embedded catastrophe."
Sheer Wall, the ambivalent spatial quality. Jesse Pietilä’s Sheer Wall has been awarded by EFG European Furniture Group. A collaboration work with RUUKKI Ltd. and Prolaser Ltd. Sheer Wall was exhibited at Masters of Arts – festival at the University of Art and Design Helsinki.