memory. language, art. wittgenstein. books. ceramics.

all sorts of thinkings on memory, language, art, wittgenstein, books, etc, while I am getting on with my MA

Monday 29 March 2010

THE plates: digitally prited ceramics.

These are the plates I did for as my final piece for the Foundation at Chelsea College of Art and Design. I was dealing with privacy and exposure. Private made public.

I have really enjoyed working on the plates. I learned good few things about digital printing, ceramic decals and porcelain. Tim Haker, the technician at the ceramics studios, had been great help with his knowledge and support.

New Post No1

Last week I spent a few days organizing my sketch-books, notes, notebooks, scraps of paper, post-it-notes, photos, pages from the magazines and newspaper, press releases, samples, links - oh, and everything else that has an ability to accumulate and pile up!

Anyway, I have decided to start putting some of the stuff on the blog, to keep more space on my shelves.

About me:
At the moment I am studying for an MA in Book Arts at Camberwell College of Arts. My background is in linguistics. My main interests lie in
memory: it's ephemerality, fragility of it, loss of it; memory and identity, the links to the past, changes in those links.
2. interpretation of art: art as language; translating thought into visual and verbal;
the way language entraps our thinking; Wittgenstein; relationship between object and concept and word; mapping meaning; etc.
things absent, unsaid, erased, gone and therefore assumed, supposed, inferred
pretend reality
things secret, private, hidden and dark.
things morbid and whimsical, like Gastlycrum Tinies by Edward Gorey.
7. things that
Ghibli does.
all sorts of other stuff I may have forgotten now.

My work ranges between the work on paper to ceramics (and a combination of both):
drawings/collages, books, firing books, ceramics.

Tuesday 23 March 2010

The blog is coming soon!