Camera Constructions

Earlier this week a couple pieces that I made for my ceramics workshop at university last semester were exhibited. Nothing particularly fancy but in my absence, my fantastic friends managed to make a cameo ensuring my pieces weren’t too lonely – aren’t they great! (ie. my friends, not my modest little ceramic cameras)

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slip cast lomography cameras. collapsed shapes and joined. clear glaze.

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(photos of people taking photos. #howpostmodern)

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friends!

credits: Katerina Mitchell Photography 2012

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Below is also a collection of stuff made by others in the class last semester. People made some super cool stuff. Mine happens to be the Camera covered in winding blue floral. I was hesitant to work with paper transfers on this project but i think it came out reasonably successfully. I like the juxtaposition of the very fluid, curling wiry vines of the floral print over what is usually a boxy, rigid shape of man-made technology.

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Camera materials: earthenware slip cast, clear glaze, blue paper transfer print. 

x GP.

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