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Jennifer McCurdy

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Ceramic artist Jennifer McCurdy has been working with porcelain for over thirty years. For the last few years, she’s focused on structural questions: how thin can high fire Porcellanous be before it collapses in a flame? What is an appropriate thickness when cutting away sections of your creations so they still maintain integrity as rock-hard art pieces that won’t melt or change shape at any time during their creation process (unless purposefully altered)? How does movement actuate from potter wheeling clay into materializing onto cloths; transferring heat energy which then becomes translated through tools towards final form – permanent?”

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