Saturday, 29 August 2009

New Work for September - André Hess

André Hess makes abstract, elusive shapes that require the viewer to question what they mean rather than puzzle over what they resemble. The work is both familiar and fugitive, but always evocative of the history and theory of clay. He uses any technique that fulfils the requirement. Surface treatments qualify what is already there, and are achieved using slips, oxides and frits only.

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