Tidens Tyngd
85 x 210 x 40 cm
/kaolin, fabric, stoneware, thread, porcelain, water

Kaolin is the most essential componant when making porcelain clay. The traditional source of Kaolin  comes from the mountain Gaoling, giving Kaolin its name. This work, is a homage to the connection of these two materials.

The porcelain container on the left side, is filled up to the rim with water.  During time, this evaporates and the container gradually becomes lighter. Simultaniously, the bag of cotton falls down and expose the kaolin powder that is inside the bag. Small stone weights make shore that the bag will open, and a mountain of kaolin appears.

Materialets logik
70 x 28 x 10 cm

My graduation project from the Designshool of Bornholm, was exploring gravity in a sculptural sence; how gravity effects the materials that surrounds us.  

Allt har en tyngd
25 x 45 x 15 cm

19 x 13 x 13 cm

38 x 11 x 5 cm
/kaolin powder, wood, porcelain