Suku Park, Korea
"30 years after I left Korea, I returned to my home country
to work as a professor at the Fine Arts College of the Seoul National
University.After so many years spent abroad I had to adapt to my
new surrounding again.Now I am enjoying it, and my work has been
Part of my recent works were made in Korea last year, are lightobjects
as wallpieces influenced by the city life. I also prepared special
pieces for the Heidelberg exhibition in Posio, Lapland, in an environment
and nature I like very much and where snow and frosty temperatures
help me to concentrate 120 %."
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Wouter Dam, Netherland
Wouter Dam was born in Holland. His sense of beauty seems to have
been fostered by nature itself or the daily environment surrouding
the artist and what he perceives in it with his acute and sensitive
His work is thrown on the wheel, which is a technique typical of
ceramic making. The clay form endowed with a certain spaciousness
created by the throwing movement is then cut off and reunited to
get freed into a wider open space. It is as if the form discards
the walls that divide the inside and the outside and infinitely
proceeds the expansion like a ripple.
A variety of colours is part of the language of the piece that speaks
softly, strongly and silently to us in front of it.