A tribute to ceramic objects, which incorporates antique clay fragments and
anonymous contemporary vessels, all found locally.
Looking at everyday ceramics of different eras we noticed that little has changed
throughout the years. Basic Human needs lead to the production of crockery that
has basically stayed almost the same for centuries. Wanting to pay our respect to
this durable material, we built a bridge between generations of designers.
The Kelim project was created for the 6th. Ceramic biennale, "Techno.Logical
Implements", exhibited at the Eretz Israel Museum in Tel-Aviv, Israel
production: reddish studio
materials: ceramic, epoxy resin