Anna Harström b. 1993
The theme is a play on shape, function, non-function and beauty.
Creatures of Mud is about where art meets furniture. Every piece is unique and has its own expression. The theme is a play on shape, function, non-function and beauty. Organic shapes help create dynamic spaces where otherwise straight lines rule. The space is your home, the park or a long lost ruin.
Anna Harström (b. 1993, Sweden) is an artist and ceramicist based in Stockholm and Gotland. Working with ceramics as her main material, Harström focuses on questions about function, non-function, and joy. The works range from large-scale organic sculptures to simple tableware for both private and public spaces. With visual references from movies to classical architecture, her practice is an ongoing process about material and interaction.
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