Anima Roos

8/02/20 > 21/03/20

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Showing at the same time

Kiyoshi Kaneshiro (Personal show 2020),  Zaratea Gården Hurtig (Personal show 2020).

Anima Roos was born in Zaïre in 1956. Her work can be found in museums worldwide.

Throughout my career as a ceramist I have made aesthetic forms with references to nature and various cultures. Working on the wheel, I throw fine porcelain objects, playing with balance, translucency and shadow, pushing technical possibilities to the extreme. I have often changed my expression, my ceramic language, but there was always a recognizable "Anima" signature, the evolution of my work was following a line.

And then, out of nowhere - is this the new workshop or the age...? Forms came up to visualize another aspect of my personality. A bubbling, a rash! Starting with small forms that I cut and join, a structure which is growing organically until it finds its curve - it’s balance, it’s expression.

Using references to nature, I tried to visualize my swirling thoughts in a solidified structure. The growing, eroded, convulsing form. The white porcelain with flowing movements covered with black, cracked glaze are moving in balance.

High definition pictures

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