White stoneware paper clay + white satin glaze
19cm H x 22cm W x 22cm D
Natalie says of this work: “Modernist architect, Oscar Niemeyer, was commissioned in 1963 by the Lebanese government to design a complex for the international fairgrounds in Tripoli, Lebanon. Work on the project was interrupted at the halfway point by the Lebanese civil war in 1975.”
Says Natalie of her latest pieces in The Golden Room duo show: “This body of work was inspired by my fascination with the built environment and the architectural landscape. More specifically, those structures I’ve observed at times to be almost object-like; their form so clear and defined you could imagine lifting them up to hold and inspect as if they weren’t so towering and monolithic.”
Signed on base.