“Egg Series, Lamps and Vases” Capacity 2011
I enjoy allowing my curiosity to feed my practice, and in this case, I was inspired by the capacity of a mundane object to become elevated, to change and surprise us. As an environmentally aware, egg-loving, ceramicist, it seemed perfectly natural to wonder what an egg– with its porcelain-like composition, lush natural colours and patterns– would look like lit up, and I was not disappointed. Eggs are much stronger and crack resistant than one would think, and glow with a satisfying richness. Also… they were delicious.
In this waste-filled world, this projects reminds us to ask ourselves: can’t we do more with the things that already surround us?
Materials: Goose, duck and chicken eggs, Sugru
Size: Egg sized
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Katherine Morley is a Toronto-based Industrial Designer, working primarily in textiles, ceramics and graphic design. Using design as a tool for discussion, Katherine strives to create objects that honour content above aesthetics, and self-awareness above mass-consumerism. A proud Canadian, she is continually searching out ways to elevate Canadian culture in the global arena.