Wednesday: This day is about highlighting what someone else is doing that you think is exceptional. It can be community engagement, creative work, anything that stands out as inspiring and is clay related. We look forward to discovering with you!
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Please submit your idea by October 2nd, 2020.
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Red Clay Rambler Feature -
On the topic of sharing I have an 2018 interview with King Houndekpinkou. King is a Franco-Beninese artist, based in Paris, who makes sculptural vessels that are covered with rich amorphous surfaces created by layering slips and glazes. In 2016 he started the Terra Jumelles project matching pottery centers in Se, Benin with partners in Bizen, Japan. This sister city format aims to create cultural exchange between two regions with abundant historical and contemporary ceramic activity. In our interview we talk about the influence of video games, animism and rituals, and Japanese ceramic culture.