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A Future in Clay

A Future in Clay

Is there a future, or is it already here?

Welcome to the group exhibition A future in Clay, where 13 students from the KHiO Art and Craft department have interpreted the theme of ceramics and the future.

Working with the tactile, timeless and analog material of clay, the artists consider and present different aspects of an intangible possible future; How will we experience our surroundings, advance and adapt? What will future life forms be like? What will change?

The group consists of students from different backgrounds, studying either Ceramics, Print, or Metal at bachelor and masters level.

The vernissage will be at 18:00 on Thursday 5th of May at NITJA senter for samtidskunst. The exhibition is open until Sunday the 8th of May.