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.
The Ceramic Congress has begun! Join my self and over 5000 participants for the next five days for 24/hr lectures, demos and online interaction. See my work Low Hanging Fruit in the CAnADA ExhibitioN curated by Carole Epp opening today at 2pm and will be open until Dec 2021. Catalogs are available, printed on demand. Take the tour now!
I would like to invite you to join the Ceramic Literacy Club. Join me reading "Live Form" by Jenni Sorkin this June. This group is open to everyone and was inspired by conversation at the ceramic conference and a clear need for ongoing academic engagement. Sign up for the zoom meeting at the end of each month, see what the next reads are and make recommendations here.
I am so excited to be part of Uppercase Publishing's new edition CERAMICS.Find a six page spread of my work, writing and an interview in this gorgeous anthology! This is the perfect addition to any studio or coffee table- Order here!