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Glebe Incinerator

Natalie Rosin

White Stoneware Clay with Satin White Glaze
21cm H x 33cm W x 21cm D
One-of-a-kind original

Natalie Rosin’s, Glebe Incinerator, is part of her latest series, Built Portraiture. The series is an exploration and reinterpretation of forms, structures, and architectural patterns observed across various buildings within Sydney, the city Natalie calls home. Each piece focuses on a specific built structure located in Sydney and aims to sculpturally introduce their identity through form, pattern, silhouette, shadow, and movement.

Natalie says of this work: “This sculpture was inspired by one of the six remaining municipal incinerators designed by Walter Burley located in Glebe. Incinerators such as this one are no longer in operation due to their toxic fumes, though at the time were regarded as an improvement over dumping garbage at sea, the previous practice of the Council. I was drawn to the sculptural qualities of this architectural relic and interested in how it may translate into clay. Griffin was a student of Frank Lloyd Wright, with his Australian designs reflecting his interest in Mayan temples and the modernist Art Deco movement.”

Signed on base.

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