I fell in love with this unusually shaped elegant ceramic Handless Jug of Gidon Bing's - easy to hold, it delivers a perfect single-handed pour, or doubles as a beautiful small vase.
- Bone Crackle glaze
- 169mm tall 146mm wide
- holds an optimal volume of 800ml
Meet Gidon Bing Well known for his ceramics, Bing draws inspiration from the power and presence of reductive forms – a natural extension of his sculptural practice, where a fascination with the relationship between biological asymmetry and the artefact is explored. Bing's ceramics are designed and produced from a modest New Zealand boatshed atelier and basement studios and are sold and collected worldwide: New York, LA, Tel Aviv, Amsterdam, Paris, Copenhagen, and have featured in Selfridges of London and Milan's Salone del Mobile among others.Browse Gidon's work here
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My work hinges on an immediacy and intimacy with materials and process, as well as the strength and presence of reductive forms and simple, balanced, asymmetric geometry.
I work with traditional processes and materials to produce modern works of art that strive to be bold and expressive yet deceptively simple, and free of superfluous ornamentation.
This approach is influenced in part by instinctive compulsion as well as strong relationships with master artists and crafts people in Central Europe and Asia who are immersed in traditional disciplines (sculpture, mould-making, ceramics, steam bending and print making etc..) as well as Avantgarde / Modernist principles.
Aspects of my work are also informed by a fascination with the relationship between biological asymmetry and the artefact, influenced in part by a background in Archaeology / primitivism.