Ceramics: An Atlas of Forms | Author: Glenn Barkley
What can we learn about the Roman empire from an amphora made in 200 BC? How can a simple, unadorned cup made in 1945 tell us so much about history? And what will an artwork comprising a vast collection of clay spheres tell our descendants about the act of making?
Once fired, clay has the strength to last for millennia. Practical uses aside, ceramic objects are a testament to the power and innovation of ancient and ongoing cultural traditions. A single piece can tell an invaluable story about its time, the people who made it, how it was collected or its role within a broader cultural network.
Ceramics: An Atlas of Forms?is a global cultural study through the lens of ceramics. Organised chronologically - from an Egyptian ceremonial jar made over 5000 years ago to works by 20th-century luminaries Lucie Rie and Bernard Leach, as well as First Nations artists from Australia and entirely unknown makers - this collection shares the stories of over 100 objects, honouring the artists who have left their mark on this timeless practice.
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