the interplay of form and motion…

working from the house this Saturday as summer break comes to an end.

while sketching out my syllabus for the  intro to ceramics class i’ll be teaching this Fall – it dawned on me that this old Eames film would be a great way to introduce the concept and importance of perspective inside the production of creativity.  i think i’ll show this clip and a few other favorite short films once i teach the class how to make clay during our second session.

still edititing photos of my recent glaze kilns.  i’ll post them in a few collections once complete.

here’s a little amuse-bouche:

mug; summer, 2o11

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