“Folding in Motion” 2019

From the “Folding in Motion” series
The artwork focus on investigating the relationship between “free” three-dimensional space and two-dimensional graphic deigned surfaces, giving visual meaning without restricting the movements.
Using the porcelain property to collapse, enable to achieve organic, free and non-defined shapes.
There is no searching for the fragility and transparency of the porcelain. The artwork is dealing with the questions of new inter-space (void image) created by the collapse, motion, color, patterns and fluidity.
The graphic pattern adds a new dimension to the folding, giving impression of softness forcing the eye to flow the folding and focus on the void image created by the collapse.
My sculptures are autonomous objects that stand independent of narrative or objectification. As autonomous objects, they lead the viewer to follow his imagination and feelings for their meaning.
Size: 22 x 140 x 40 cm (h x w x d)

“Folding in Motion” 2019

From the “Folding in Motion” series
The artwork focus on investigating the relationship between “free” three-dimensional space and two-dimensional graphic deigned surfaces, giving visual meaning without restricting the movements.
Using the porcelain property to collapse, enable to achieve organic, free and non-defined shapes.
There is no searching for the fragility and transparency of the porcelain. The artwork is dealing with the questions of new inter-space (void image) created by the collapse, motion, color, patterns and fluidity.
The graphic pattern adds a new dimension to the folding, giving impression of softness forcing the eye to flow the folding and focus on the void image created by the collapse.
My sculptures are autonomous objects that stand independent of narrative or objectification. As autonomous objects, they lead the viewer to follow his imagination and feelings for their meaning.
Size: 25 x 44 x 16 cm (h x w x d)

“Folding in Motion” 2019

From the “Folding in Motion” series
The artwork focus on investigating the relationship between “free” three-dimensional space and two-dimensional graphic deigned surfaces, giving visual meaning without restricting the movements.
Using the porcelain property to collapse, enable to achieve organic, free and non-defined shapes.
There is no searching for the fragility and transparency of the porcelain. The artwork is dealing with the questions of new inter-space (void image) created by the collapse, motion, color, patterns and fluidity.
The graphic pattern adds a new dimension to the folding, giving impression of softness forcing the eye to flow the folding and focus on the void image created by the collapse.
My sculptures are autonomous objects that stand independent of narrative or objectification. As autonomous objects, they lead the viewer to follow his imagination and feelings for their meaning.
Size: 25 x 28 x 24 cm (h x w x d)

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Simcha Even-Chen

Israel

http://www.simcha-evenchen.com

Born in Israel in 1958 and lives in Rehovot. In 1990 she awarded her PhD degree in the field of Biology at Tel-Aviv University. She held a project Manager Position in a biotechnology company until 1993. During the period of 1994 – 1996, parallel to Postdoctoral position at the Biochemistry Department of the Hebrew University Medical School in Jerusalem, she was taking night courses in ceramic art at the Rehovot Culture Foundation.
Simcha Even-Chen has been an active ceramicist since 1996, in addition to being a Senior Scientist at the Medical School, Hebrew University, Jerusalem. In 2013, after 22 years at the University, she decided to devote herself entirely to ceramic.
Since 2011, Simcha is a member of the International Ceramic Academy (IAC).
She exhibits frequently all over the world and has won many International significant awards for her artwork that become part of collections of museums, galleries and private collectors.

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