Fragments

Channels, like pipes, are ubiquitous structures whose physical shapes have changed little over time. Ancient versions were often made out of clay and, while we still use pipes and channels to transport water and other liquids, linguistically their meaning has shifted and is now frequently associated with information and data which are channeled or, on occasion, leaked.

Channel, 2020

partially glazed stoneware, 22cm x 57cm x 21cm