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Crumbling Ecology

2012

Porcelain

The last work to emerge from the ‘devolved’ Monash Ceramic Studio, Crumbling Ecology is a large ephemeral installation made from over 35,000 hand made porcelain geraniums.

On the brink of crumbling, the porcelain geraniums embody the story of their makers- the artists, teachers and students directly impacted. Porcelain is a material known for its strength; using the material in this way comments on the loss of educators and the knowledge their hands pass on. Commenting on the beauty and integrity of craft that is soon to be lost, the ecology unable to regenerate, sits within a tenuous space. The outcome of the work and its value will be determined by the audience’s response...

When installed at CRAFT in 2012, viewers were invited to take a leaf and pay what you think it is worth.

The Crumbling Ecologies Project Blog

Exhibition Catalogue Texts:

The Crumbling Ecologies Project

Porcelain Persuasions

Collaboration, Continuity and Community

Endangered Crafts

This creation of this artwork has been Proudly Supported by the City of Melbourne

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