szilvia’s aim is to create objects that express the rhythm of life. she searches for new forms through deconstructing old ones. that creates a shadow play with positive and negative shapes and different planes that she finds very fascinating. szilvia’s tea light holders are for the table. they are nice to look at and hold. the candlelight brings the inside out of the form. the success of making depends a lot on good timing. various phases of the drying of clay requires different process in the making. that is what szilvia loves about clay, that if its laws are respected it is very responsive. szilvia chooses smooth white porcelain and a potter’s wheel, first she centres herself, then the clay on the wheel, and then she throws the bowl. she cuts the form with a sharp knife and rearranges its elements, thinking of the pyroplastic qualities of porcelain in the high firing.
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