5 céramistes minimalistes à suivre sur Insta
TOP INSTA • Plus que jamais les artistes-céramistes sculptent des univers d’argile minimalistes. Parmi eux, Noe Kuremoto, Zeynep Boyan, Whitney Sharpe, Emily Hamann et studio Vivlee travaillent le matériau ancestral avec archaïsme, organisme et flirtent avec le concept japonais wabi-sabi pour tailler la matière avec plénitude.
Au programme de cette sélection poétique : des vases grainés et tachetés, des objets qui ressemblent étrangement à des parties du corps humain, et de la matière fendue de toutes parts…
Trained at RMIT in Melbourne in fashion design, designer Emily Hamann envisions her sculptures as the deformation of a garment's drape. Fascinated by deconstruction, she brings together organic forms and straight, incisive lines in a unique modelling.
Instagram : @ignem_terrae_ceramics
The Latch Key Ceramics
Behind The Latch Key Ceramics is Whitney Sharpe, a creative who has dipped her hands in clay since childhood. Interested in multiple mediums (ceramics, sculpture, painting, and textiles) the designer created the Standard Part Studios in collaboration with other creatives. Vases, candlesticks, but also vases-chandeliers are designed under her hands.
Instagram : @latch_key
Vases, lamps or just decoration, the creations of studio Vivlee are like bodies that we embrace: they are adorned with arms and seem to be provided with waist and hips. The designer thus seeks to link the human body, the body of the object and Mother Nature in each of her pieces with sensual curves.
Instagram: @ studiovivlee
Steeped in traditional Japanese heritage, Noe Kuremoto believes in a world populated by spirits guided by the wilderness. These creations are inspired by this universe of Eastern rituals and beliefs with pieces such as the Dames Dogu or the Tōrō with the air of small magical beings.
Zeynep Boyan is a self-taught designer. Folded, undulated or curved, her creations with their unnameable shapes transcribe the organic curves of nature that she interprets under the prism of gender. Based on a natural artistic process, Zeynep Boyan offers pieces that are often unglazed and entirely handmade.