Alison Frith — 'Ceramic Plinth' in Midnight Ink Glaze
In her latest body of work, Melbourne-based ceramic artist Alison Frith explores the tensions between form and function. Determined to give both equal consideration, Frith uses wheel-throwing techniques to create pieces that are simultaneously sculptural and functional. Each one is carefully designed to fulfil a purpose while also serving as a standalone sculpture.
FLIP: FORM + FUNCTION
31 July - 28 August
Alison Frith is a studio ceramicist who lives and works in Melbourne. Frith’s work is predominantly wheel thrown, often comprised of multiple pieces to create one composite form. Her work explores both functional and sculptural objects.
Completing a Diploma of Ceramics in 2015, Frith was the recipient of the Trudie Alfred Bequest and winner of Craft Victoria’s Fresh! Sofitel Emerging Craft Practitioner’s Award. She has also been a finalist in the McClelland Gallery Mary & Lou Senini Award, the biennial North Queensland Ceramic Awards and the Victorian Craft Awards.
Materials: wheel thrown white raku clay, midnight ink glaze
Dimensions: approx. 43cm x 25cm