Upcoming advanced diploma graduate exhibition 2021
Kirsty’s new body of work explores the changing anthropogenic landscape of bush fires, extreme weather, mining blasts and other man-made disasters with the sensual materials of clay and glaze chemicals in the making/thinking process.
May 15th to 25th 2021, Hazelhurst Art Gallery
Opening event: 2pm – 4pm May 15th
Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture & Design
“I wake every day filled with curiosity to work with the endless possibilities of the language of clay and chemicals. It’s often a long process but there is no greater joy than discovering new surprising forms, glazes and surfaces in the wonderful and chaotic tactile problem-solving process of these materials.
Whether my artworks lean towards the minimalist, decorative or descriptive ends of the creative spectrum all of my forms are created with a deep knowledge of the ceramic material, it’s interactions, process and time frames and also the audiences’ tactile experience.”K Collins
With my hands in the clay I think about the tactile experience of my body in the landscape. I use this sensual material to invite an audience to feel the landscape in motion.