Ceramics


Chairs

The chair holds a lot of meaning. Especially in the Western world. How it is designed, who sits on it, where it stands, are all relevant for the way in which we look at a chair. For example a folding chair, the Holy See, the chair of a judge and grandpa’s chair.

Chairs follow the human form and they are literary everywhere. This is interesting as we actually do not need them. We could sit on the floor or lay on a bed. Yet we find them necessary.

Chairs are so important in our world, that I think they deserve their own space. I make chairs that are outside of the human context and have an existence of their own.

 

 

▲ Chair 16, 2019
Material: stoneware
Format: 45,5 x 16 x 12 cm

▲ Chair 13, 2018
Material: earthenware
Format: 70,5 x 25 x 14 cm

▲ Chair 03, 2018
Material: earthenware
Format: 70 x 17 x 23 cm

▼ Chair 19, 2019
Material: stoneware
Format: 47 x 15 x 15 cm

▼ Chair 04, 2018
Material: earthenware
Format: 47 x 20 x 19 cm

▼ Chair 05, 2018
Material: earthenware
Format: 64 x 24 x 25 cm

▲ Chair 06, 2018
Material: earthenware
Format: 57,5 x 30 x 25 cm

▲ Chair 07, 2018
Material: earthenware
Format: 40 x 55 x 38 cm

▲ Chair 23, 2019
Material: stonenware
Format: 40 x 20 x 14 cm

▼ Chair 15, 2018
Material: earthenware
Format: 44,5 x 14 x 13 cm

▼ Chair 18, 2019
Material: stoneware
Format: 42 x 21 x 22 cm