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Colorful Ceramics Accented by Gravity-Defying Drips

   01 Jan 00:00:00   |  ThisIsColossal

Rain falls through the air in smooth curvaceous orbs, instantaneously splitting as it splatters to the ground. Chinese artist Bian Xiaodong?s glossy ceramics resemble these falling droplets, however their inverted forms drip upwards rather than down. The artist crafts his gravity-defying artworks from kaolin clay derived from Jingdezhen ?a part of east China?s Jiangxi Province known for its history of crafting porcelain.
After adding the clay to silicone moulds, Bian turns the pieces upside down and lets the natural flow of the clay create a unique shape. More

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