Bridget fairbank makes pottery, installation art, and orchestrates happenings- all of which aim for the re-imagining of everyday actions and relations. The handcrafted object is now the subversive object. Her utilitarian items act sometimes as objects of irony, sometimes as objects of intimacy and sometimes as a means to an educational end. A revolution is cooking in the kiln.
I am so excited to be part of Uppercase Magazine's to new edition CERAMICS.The Ceramics book is in the design phase and will soon be at the printer. It is available for pre-order as part of the Volumes C + Y set that includes Ceramics and Yarn-Thread-String, or you can order Ceramics on its own in this listing. Get a sneak peak here!