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Ceramic & Porcelain series
From the series: Particles | Delft blue marble | Atomic 2020-21
Modern handmade ceramic and porcelain bowls, cups and saucers.
DIVIDING IS MULTIPLICATION by Qasim Arif
Kunstmuseum Den Haag. dec 2020 - dec 2021
Art historian Anissa Foukalne looks back on the exhibition "Shine and splendor - Art from the World of Islam"
Calligrapher Qasim Arif gets inspired and works with ceramist Elanor van der Zwet on a bowl with a beautiful universal message. You can see the end result and the whole proces in a film by Studio Roodenburch.
Re-Configurations - A sustainable modular furniture collection ©
The design has a timeless look and is made with a conscious mind, enhancing tactility and warmth.
Using pure natural materials and local craftsmanship.
Within the collection are: Chairs, cushions, side tables and planters.
Active matter ©
Atmosphere, light + gradient colours, activity, collective motion, shape, behaviour, and furniture studies.
Biscuit collection - Ceramic bowls and milk-jug, 2007 ©
Between the antipodes
Between the antipodes - concepts for glass and ceramic vases, 2000 ©
Flora & fauna Patterns for textiles and prints, 1997-2000 ©
Te Kete Aronui - Maro,1999
Te Kete Aronui - Basket of knowledge, aroha, peace and the arts and crafts which benefit the Earth and all living things. (Native Maori weaving, an anthropology paper I did at the University of Auckland, New Zealand).
The bones of good design manifesto ©
Fog collection Glassware (with 22k gold) for The Vault design, Auckland, New Zealand 1998 ©
Rotaction - Adam Art Gallery, Wellington.
Rotaction = Rotation + Action
A series of ambient states explored via the articulation of low-tech multimedia sound medium. Rotaction employs original instruments with newly invented combinations with sculpture installation, performance and video practice.
Rotaction - by James McCarthy who was a member of the influential New Zealand improvisational percussive sound art group From Scratch
Artwork and graphic-type design by Elanor
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