Shift Tumbler in blown glass by South Australian artist Marcel Hoogstad Hay.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Marcel Hoogstad Hay is an Australian mid-career artist working primarily with blown glass. He received his Bachelor of Visual Arts with Honours in 2012 from the Glass Workshop at the ANU School of Art and Design, Canberra and in 2014 completed the two-year Associate Training Program at JamFactory, Adelaide. In 2015 he undertook a 4 month residency at Berlin Glas e.V. in Germany, for which he received the Endeavour Fellowship from the Australian Government. In 2017 he worked for 8 months at Do Studio in Oaxaca, Mexico. In 2018 he was a scholarship student at Penland School of Crafts and a Rosenberg Resident at Salem State University. Recently he exhibited a body of work alongside Madeline Prowd in their exhibition ‘Distorted Trajectories’ at Craft ACT, Canberra.
"I draw from traditional Venetian cane techniques in a lot of my work, exploring and creating complex patterns and optical effects in glass. I am interested in ideas that appear in astrophysics and quantum mechanics and my work addresses the ideas of spatial and temporal relativity, and our perceptions of spacetime."
Dimensions: H 110 x Dia 80mm
Materials: Blown glass
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Handmade in Australia.