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Ingenious ceramics processes imitating systems of nature, mimicking method of 3D printed coils Ingenious ceramics processes imitating systems of nature, mimicking method of 3D printed coils

Ingenious ceramics processes imitating systems of nature, mimicking method of 3D printed coils

Zhu Ohmu is a contemporary artist based in Melbourne, working primarily with ceramics. Her work investigates the resurgence of the handmade and the ethics of slowness in an age of mass production whilst exploring the conversation between nature, traditional crafts and new technologies

Ohmu’s most recent works focus on coiled ceramic vessels with the initial concept for this body of work being a response to the rise in popularity of 3D printed ceramics. Responding to biomimicry - the human-made processes imitating systems of nature - Ohmu sought to copy the method of 3D printed coils mounted on top of each other through handcrafting this technique

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I wanted to see how forms wou…
I wanted to see how forms would turn out if I copied the way the 3D printer mound coils on top of each other with my hands.”

The result is charming – and though technology inspired – a clear celebration of the artist’s hand. “Vessels are built through stacking, folding, pressing, pulling and these actions are often dictated by the weight of moist clay,” Rose explains, adding that forms emerge intuitively.
Coil upon coil, Zhu Ohmu’s wo…
Coil upon coil, Zhu Ohmu’s works slouch and slink, plants seemingly woven into the ins and outs of the ceramic vessels. The works are a manifestation of her passion for the “symbiotic relationship between nature and the urban environment,” and the striking result of a trained artist, but a self-taught ceramicist.
Meet the potter who plays wit…
Meet the potter who plays with gravity

Through experimentation, the artist developed a new language that no machine is capable of replacing . "I experiment with a transitional space, where clay vacillates between form and amorphous." Never having any formal training as a potter, she approached work with a philosophy that could be applied to life itself: "Don't care, things fall apart."
Taiwan-born, Melbourne-based …
Taiwan-born, Melbourne-based Zhu Ohmu uses clay to build her artworks as an antithesis to the destruction of nature. Ohmu makes all her work by hand with each vessel/sculpture taking approximately six weeks — sold exclusively with Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert in Sydney. Her work rejects design philosophies driven by demand, but rather by the whims of seasons and ecology, making her one of Australia’s highly sought-after artists.
Ingenious ceramics processes imitating systems of nature, mimicking method of 3D printed coils
Ingenious ceramics processes imitating systems of nature, mimicking method of 3D printed coils
Ingenious ceramics processes imitating systems of nature, mimicking method of 3D printed coils
Ingenious ceramics processes imitating systems of nature, mimicking method of 3D printed coils
Ingenious ceramics processes imitating systems of nature, mimicking method of 3D printed coils