Kate Miller

BA (Hons) Ceramics | 2016


Drawing inspiration from graph readings of seismic events, I utilise the physicality and structure of the thrown vessel and construct forms with composite juxtapositional surface qualities to present the notion of ecological fragility.

My work portrays the notion of the ‘catalyst’ – to depict a moment of sudden, destructive change in a seemingly congruous sequence of information, or objects. It is both an exploration of traditional methods of making the thrown vessel and a statement on global conservation from a socio-political standpoint.