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Ceremonial Vessels of Daily Use

Lee Ki Wook

 Arumjigi Culture Keepers Foundation

Arumjigi Culture Keepers Foundation
Seoul, South Korea

The ceremonial vessels of ceramic artist Lee Ki Wook are contemporary in shape, veering away from the traditional. They are produced in modules, designed to be stacked in units. The pieces are rather experimental considering the solemnness of the theme, but they are practical, usable in daily contexts. The high footed vessels, made of disparate materials and stacked together, are unique in form and figuratively intriguing.

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  • Title: Ceremonial Vessels of Daily Use
  • Creator: Lee Ki Wook
  • Physical Location: ARUMJIGI CULTURE KEEPERS FOUNDATION
  • Location Created: Seoul, Korea
  • Physical Dimensions: 155×155×65mm ~ 200×200×70mm
  • Type: photo
  • Photographer: Kim Hyeong Sik
  • Rights: ARUMJIGI CULTURE KEEPERS FOUNDATION
  • Medium: Footed Dishes and Plates, White porcelain clay, Maple, Walnut, Cherry tree, Slip casting, Reduction firing at 1280°C, polished after firing

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