This ceramic depicts two female figures whose interaction is unclear; the scene borders on a violent confrontation. The artist frequently combines elements of drawing into her ceramics and uses only white glaze. Little makes most of her ceramics using clay from sources near her studio. The marks the artist carves on the surface are dictated by the clay itself. The result is a composition that suggest elements of Greek mythology, as well as religious fables and modern dilemmas—while remaining ambiguous, opening space for the viewer to interpret the exact narrative.
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Jasmine Little’s ceramic sculptures take a variety of forms, drawing influence from both utilitarian and decorative pottery. The artist incorporates iconography into her work from a range of sources, including Renaissance painting, Japanese woodblock prints and both Greek black-figure and red-figure pottery. The carvings Little inscribes on the surfaces of her works are dictated by the material itself—which is frequently clay sourced from a location close to where the artist is working.