Cristina Celis

designer

Pots and jewels have a lot in common. They are relics or signals of taste, social behaviour and cultural history, they convey messages about their users and their environment.

I fell in love with ceramics primarily because I love how clay feels, and because of the vast possibilities clay has as a material. Clay responds immediately and sensitively to touch, and working with this material is like having a conversation with my feelings immortalized through fire.   After many years, I begin to understand the  behavior of clay when I can make it speak in my work. 

"It is possible that I am not making things, but rather just giving shape to emotional energy."

Tokujin Yoshioka

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