Meeting Maia Beyrouti from Moïo Studio

Je passe beaucoup de temps au studio à jouer avec la matière et faire des recherches d'émaux en parallèle de mes productions, ce qui me permet de glisser...

Meeting Camille Romagnani

The ceramic practice is a perfect blend of all my interests: technique, shapes, colors, materiality, drawing. It allows me to be independent by doing everything myself, and freely...

Meeting Kim Lê

Even if I love working alone, I always need to share and discuss about my own practice. Social networks are a great tool to access to technical content,...

Meeting Annabel Cucuz

I also draw inspiration from modernist sculptors such as Valentine Schlegel, Barbara Hepworth, Isamu Noguchi, Constantin Brancusi, metaphysical and surrealist painters (particularly Giorgio Di Chirico and René Magritte),...

Meeting Luna Mara

Working with textiles came as a natural counterpart to my ceramic practice. While letting my ceramic pieces dry or rest, I sit down and stitch away for hours,...

Meeting Canoa Lab

Every piece is four hands made. It could be said that all other processes are done/conceived together and in the same direction. We have been doing this for...

Meeting Miwa Neishi

I think in Japan, my sense was a little more restricted by the expectation of “ceramics as traditional craft”. I felt the pressure of pursuing the perfect form...

Meeting Pauline Bonnet

I apply to ceramics the process I learnt from textile design with a research oriented approach on materials. First I work on textures, mix of materials (...)

Meeting Pablo Canivell

That tactile gratification allows me to savour the hours and minutes rather than just counting them. Seeing my finger marks (sometimes intentionally, sometimes accidentally) means that a part...

Meeting Nitsa Meletopoulos

Working with clay and fire is like creating stones while playing house. Mixing mud and glass to create forms that will last almost forever. It means working with...