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Recollecting ceramics by Heidi Bjørgan

Heidi Bjørgan (b. 1970) is a ceramicist and collector. Overlooked objects, a lamp, an old bread tin with an interesting shape or knick-knacks of low monetary value, discarded as trash or found at a car boot sale: she collects it all. She gives these forms a second chance in a new guise and context,...
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Heidi Bjørgan (b. 1970) is a ceramicist and collector. Overlooked objects, a lamp, an old bread tin with an interesting shape or knick-knacks of low monetary value, discarded as trash or found at a car boot sale: she collects it all. She gives these forms a second chance in a new guise and context, sometimes even creating a new function. As a ceramicist, her aim is to explore, through sampling and remaking, the aesthetic potential of the shapes of these recreated objects.

003', porcelain and found object, 2012
003', porcelain and found object, 2012
Grey 77, sculpture, porcelain, 2013
Grey 77, sculpture, porcelain, 2013
084', sculpture, porcelain and found object, 2013
084', sculpture, porcelain and found object, 2013
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