July 21, 2011

anton reijnders: the capacity to be astonished




landscape still life 15 2011
unfired clay, fired clay, glaze, buckets, cloth, wheels, doormat, flowerpot, earth, plastic part







duty II 2011
drawers, doormat, fired clay, tera sigillata, shopping bag, wood, dinner plates







stack 21
fired clay, terra sigillata, folding chair (altered)







project/reflect 2010
projector table, fired clay, terra sigillata, wood, mirror







assumption I 2010
wood and cloth, fired clay, terra sigillata, stool







stack 10b 2009
fired clay, unfired clay, glaze, engobe, tea cloth







stack 20 2009
fired clay, terra sigillata, chair








nomen nescio 135 2008
gypsum (z corp. 3D print), fired clay, engobe








stack 19 2006
fired clay, glaze, socks, trousers, paving stone







large sphere and tongue 2005
fired clay, terra sigillata








nomen nescio 125 2005
fired clay, porcelain, terra sigillata, canvas








Stack 17a 2004 - 2005
fired clay, terra sigillata, newspaper, sand








nomen nescio 124 2004
fired clay, terra sigillata, cobble, paper board








nomen nescio 122 2003
fired clay, terra sigillata, pillow, tea cloth







status 07 2003
fired clay, terra sigillata, wood


“creativity is based on the human capacity to be astonished, and as such, to address assumptions and outstrip projected outcome. we are surrounded by images and things that are increasingly subservient to quick effects and short-term economics. our lives are marked by a fixation on efficiently achieving results. but to achieve results in an efficient way the outcome has to be fixed and astonishment has to be oppressed. as a result, we only harvest what we crave for, often much less.”
— anton reijnders



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1 comments:

Susanne said...

nomen nescio 135
large sphere and tongue

I like very much!