Annie Woodford: Pointed Binder, 2009, Porcelain, nylon monofilament, 35x20x8 cm.
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Annie Woodford: Encapsulator, 2009, Porcelain, nylon monofilament, 46x12x12cm.
Annie Woodford: Splinter 1, 2009, Porcelain, copper, stainless steel, 30x30x24cm.
“The concept of my recent work is about form, and it grows from my curiosity about space; it investigates the relationship between two objects and it questions how we should make the landscape to react to man-made object. In my work I aim to explore that joyful, interesting, and mysterious relationship between objects and to create compositions with complex configurations though simple and unexpected components.
It is my intention to trigger the viewer to look closer and rediscover the ordinary, yet unfamiliar relationships that exists everywhere within all objects and human beings. Through sensations, communication and exploration, both objects and humans are able to obtain appropriate space and attention. I hope my work is able to look into this perception of the relationships, but more importantly - to enrich this relationship and establish a sense of place.” Kwok-Pong Tso
Kwok-Pong ‘Bobby’ Tso: Kappa, Industrial landscape Series, 2010, White earthenware, underglazes, wood, hobby paper, metal, latex paint, enamel, H 12 1/4, W 15, D 13 1/2
Kwok-Pong ‘Bobby’ Tso: The View From Above Series No.2, Industrial landscape, 2012, White earthenware, cone 04 oxidation, sanded surface, plastic, metal, and wood, H 8, W 24, D 16
Kwok-Pong ‘Bobby’ Tso: Qoppa, Industrial landscape Series, 2011, White earthenware, wood, hobby paper, latex paint, H 18, W 20, D 15
Kwok-Pong ‘Bobby’ Tso: Delta, Industrial landscape Series, 2010, Earthenware, underglazes, wood, hobby paper, plastic, metal, latex paint, enamel, H 12 1/4, W 15, D 13 ½
Kwok-Pong ‘Bobby’ Tso: We Alter, We Change and We call it our own, Industrial landscape Series, 2011, White earthenware, cone 4 oxidation, sanded surface, additional detail created by wood, hobby paper and sand, Metal hanging system, H 8, W 18, D 15
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