The Unconventional Pot

  1. How was your process similar and/or different to Yee SooKyung’s work:

http://www.artnet.com/artists/yee-sookyung/

I feel that my process is imilar to Yee SooKyung’s work because we both cut our pots in half and created a new object. She almost took two totally different glass pieces and combined them into one, which is what I did as well. What is different is that she used glass, which is harder to use since you cannot mold it like clay. Another difference is that she uses gold to attack her pieces together and I use slip.

2.  Is your final form a pot? Please explain with the use of examples.

My final form is a pot because it has a opening and you could store objects/liquids inside of it. For example, if I glaze my pot with clear glaze to make it waterproof, I could fill it with water. I could also fill it with small jewelry or use it as a piggy bank. Pots are used to store things, and my pot can.

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