INFERNO I (orange), 2021

ceramics, enamel
85 x 82 x 15 cm

INFERNO II (Gold), 2021

ceramics, enamel
85 x 82 x 13 cm

INFERNO III (black), 2021

ceramics, enamel
81 x 85 x 18 cm

INFERNO IV (dark green), 2022

ceramics, enamel
81 x 85 x 18 cm


Photography: David Meulenbeld & Claudia Goetzelmann

For more then 8 weeks I have been observing the metamorphose of a slice of orange taking every day a photo. I was so fascinated how the organic material changed in color and texture that it became the base for a couple of new ceramic works of which the “Inferno” serie is one of .
As I rediscovered clay, I wanted to try let go my former way of working with ceramics and try to experiment with the material and test it’s borders.

INFERNO I (orange), 2021 ceramics, enamel 85 x 82 x 15 cm INFERNO II (Gold), 2021 ceramics, enamel 85 x 82 x 13 cm INFERNO III (black), 2021 ceramics, enamel 81 x 85 x 18 cm INFERNO IV (dark green), 2022 ceramics, enamel 81 x 85 x 18 cm Photography: David Meulenbeld & Claudia Goetzelmann […]