Kivi, Erin Turkoglu. Photo: Chikako Harada

Kivi is a hands on experiment on ceramics that connects the historically delicate qualities of porcelain with an improvised, anything but delicate forming technique.

As a result of hammering clay into a mould, patterns created from colour divisions are not only surface decorations but continue through the entire body of the piece, creating ephemeral impressions of otherworldly ‘stone’.