Mushrooms also are a fungus, not a plant. They are categorized differently, i.e. further dehumanizing Jewish people.
How large is that one? I saw the works at Craft Contemporary…wow!
During our visit, Nicki will be in conversation today with LaiSun of LaiSun Keane Gallery https://www.laisunkeane.com/ and professor, art historian and author Jennifer Sorkin https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jenni_Sorkin!
5 minute break everyone! 4pm ET
I have a completely new understanding of the root of your work, Nicki. Great presentation!
Indeed! Well said Mark!
How come you didn’t chose not to make molds of the buckets, as in the first iteration (the blue one)—that reminds me more of a Rachel Whiteread “haunted” aesthetic.
John DeFazio - http://john-defazio.squarespace.com/
Tell us the range of height for the bucket stands
Great work, Nicki! Question: What is the relationship between your glaze imagery (specifically the figures) and the sculptural forms you make?
How has shelter in place affect your work?
Craft contemporary show has been extended to Jan 10 2021.
There have been stories regarding the complex gender dynamics of Kohler, and also class ones, since Sheboygan is a very working class place. How was your work received in that context by the people helping you make it?
Thank you, Nicki, for that honest assessment!
Are you glazing wet on wet, or does your “base glaze” dry quickly?
Please feel free to unmute yourself and ask questions!
Thank you Nicki and Harvard Ceramics for a wonderful talk and presentation!
Thank you for joining us Ben!
We have plenty of buckets being not used!
That’s so cool
I never knew hairspray had so many applications!
You make it look effortless….I am enjoying watching the proces
These works will be limited to “lattice” designs?
Thank you, Nicki and Kathy!
thank you so very much
thank you! this was really amazing to learn more about your work
Sarah de Besche
we should try for a Dunkin bucket
This was awesome!
Thank you - it’s been amazing