Fawn Krieger

In her ceramics works, Fawn Krieger embarks on a search to excavate and construct—via touch and imprint—sentences that work beyond language. Krieger hand-builds and slip-casts her stoneware and porcelain forms. Her glazing treatments often carry patterns that fall somewhere between visual and textural symbols, serving to establish artistic “families” or systems of belonging or dislocation. Once fired, she binds these clay forms together with concrete (sometimes pigmented), creating a fractured and interdependent logic of natural grids via the object’s contours and gaps.


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