Soil Connections in glass and ceramics
The exhibition Soil Connections in glass and ceramics unearths Johanne Jahncke and Rick Gerner's experimental processing of soil excavated in Japan, Iceland and on Bornholm.
The soil is dug in various landscapes and represents geological ages from ancient Cambrian to the human-dominated Anthropocene era we are now believed to be in.
Dig into the diverse expression of soil in glass and ceramics in terms of shades, textures and viscosity based on origin. Experience the influence of the working process - filtration, mixing ratios and melting points - unfolded in objects in both glass and ceramics made by artisan duo Gerner Jahncke, with support from the Danish Arts Foundation.