Stoneware, glazes, oxides
"Her" is a reflection on the fluidity, obscurity, and constant tendency to both fragment and coalesce parts of a woman's identity. Beginning with a recognizable shape of a female body, objects flows into the abstraction state. Abstraction helps to blur the boundaries, and makes it possible to move from a frozen, static to a living image. Within this collection, four separate objects materialize: a body covered in blue and red skin, a braid sprouting thorns, and a sheet containing fragments of cosmic rock.