Sandblasted Porcelain Mimic Biological Forms

Sandblasted Porcelain Mimic Biological Forms 

British ceramicist Tamsin van Essen  describes her work as the “the fragile boundary between attraction and repulsion,”. Essen creates layered black and white porcelain which she sandblasts to mimic biological forms like parasitic virus in the act of devouring a host. You can see additional pieces on Saatchi Art.

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