From July 17-19 2014 the University of Westminster organized a new ceramics conference that was supposed to address the ways clay is moving forward into a new realm of existence beyond the common conceptions of the media and Janet Abrams, who was asked to attend and review the event by C-File, feels otherwise.

   For more information and research potential check out the website of Ceramics in the Expanded Field and the articles written within.  It seems that they are updated regularly.  Worth it? You decide.

http://www.ceramics-in-the-expanded-field.com/essays

   If you happen to be interested in the image provided or want to see other exhibitions that happened as a result of the conference click the link below for more potential inspiration.

http://www.ceramics-in-the-expanded-field.com/events/project-exhibitions

Sections of “Quietus” by Julian Stair. (image from C-File's page with the article by clicking the title of this post).

Sections of “Quietus” by Julian Stair. (image from C-File's page with the article by clicking the title of this post).

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