Covid Keepsake by South Australian artist Honor Freeman.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Honor Freeman is an Australian artist based on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Her practice reveals a careful observation of the domestic realm and the ordinariness of the everyday objects and mundane tasks that occupy our lives. Working primarily in clay, she harnesses the mimetic properties of porcelain, crafting objects that belie their materiality and purpose.
Freeman completed her studies (with Honours) in 2001 at the South Australian School of Art, University of South Australia. Following graduation, Freeman took up an Associate position and later a Tenant residency in the ceramics studio at JamFactory Craft & Design. Her work has been curated into major exhibitions at institutions throughout Australia, including the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Primavera 2007, Tarrawarra Museum of Art, and Adelaide’s Samstag Museum. She has undertaken international residencies at Guldagergaard, Denmark’s International Ceramic Museum and in the US at Indiana University’s School of Art & Design. In 2006 Freeman travelled to Chile to exhibit and participate in the The South Project and to continue her ongoing project on/off/on, installing slipcast porcelain light switches and powerpoints clandestinely in public spaces.
Round: Dia 40mm
Square: 40 x 40mm
Material: Porcelain, lustre
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Handmade in Australia.