Description

Unique, porcelain on board, bronze frame. Fenella Elms’ work is hand built by connecting individual porcelain parts, developing an interaction through placing the pieces in formation. The shifting components form a fluid, co-operative body. The work is alive; responsive to light and angle of view. Elms explains “The making process is a practice carried over from previous psychoanalytical work: putting all the preparation aside, attentive, available to the work’s potential, allowing and attending to the unexpected, trusting the process. The repetitive nature of bringing together many components creates a rhythm and facilitates an active trance of intention“.


DATE/

2019

MATERIALS/

Porcelain on board, bronze frame

DIMENSIONS/

100 x 5 cm

STYLE/

Contemporary

HERITAGE/

British

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