We craft the objects that we find are missing in the world we render around us. There are narratives that should be told and retold, and there are items that has to be done and redone, in order to tell a contemporary story. With this collaborative exhibition we are showcasing the current flow of investigations and development within the realm of Glass and Ceramics.
Autonomous objects explores themes that has moved us individually. We question the materials from different points of view, with the intention of evoking interest in form, history, metaphysics and existentialism.
Sara Vinderslev Mirkhani, Jasmin Franko, Inkyong Lee, Clara Toksvig, Thea Dejligbjerg Djurhuus, Armel Desrues and Josephine Alberthe Molter.
The Professional Bachelor of Crafts in Glass and Ceramics has a specific artistic and entrepreneurial profile, which allows the students to explore the idea of starting their own business or to become a key development employee in a company.
Throughout the education, we have a focus on understanding the regional, national and international traditions of crafts that emphasizes social significance and contemporary development. This will include knowledge about new production methods, new technologies and sustainability.
The glass and ceramics workshops are the heart of the programme. Here we work with development in form and expression, function and object through many different materials, and the students have ample opportunity for exploration and in-depth experimentation with the diverse expressions of the materials.