slipcasted porcelain of recyclable objects transformed into a fine dining set. satirical. trendy. inspired by the economic crisis.
life-size replica's of Leaflet bombs made in stoneware. taking on the notion that ideas can be just as deadly as bombs, i want to explore alternative uses. what if movements, not governments, had the technology to produce such weapons?
porcelain slipcasted grenade teacups coupled with a tank teapot. idea from a previous semester that i bombed. redo/rework. make a tighter mold & a better teapot.
show info: "If history has taught us anything, let it be this: We are the writers and shapers of our stories, not Presidents, prime ministers, or any politician for that matter. Regardless of the outcome of this election, it will be up to us, The People, to continue to push for the progression of human and environmental rights. This show is evidence."
Also participating are artists include: HorseBites, Charles Stanley Doll IV, MIke Ski, Mitch Clem, Erik Davidson, David S. Holloway, Kencredible, Ben Lande, and many more.
Together with local DC sponsor Shirts for a Cure, DEMAND IN DC will feature "Quilts for a Cure," auctioning off four giant quilts made of the over 200 band t-shirt designs that the cancer research benefit has released since it's inception.
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