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2019

Latitude for Uniqueness Series, 2014-ongoing

It was designed by Kirstie Van Noort. It is dated 2014-ongoing. Its medium is tableware, research samples.

Porcelain is a kaolin-based ceramic celebrated for its fragile yet hard surface and iconic, milky color, ideally suited for painted decoration. Embracing the clay that is typically discarded in traditional porcelain-making processes, Kirstie Van Noort’s line of porcelain tableware is distinguished by darker hues, challenging the historic emphasis on the material’s light color while minimizing waste.

It is credited Courtesy of Kirstie Van Noort.

Our curators have highlighted 6 objects that are related to this one. Here are three of them, selected at random:

  • Paper Porcelain Mug, Prototype, 2009
  • slip cast, fired unglazed porcelain with added metal drill dust, applied....
  • Museum purchase from General Acquisitions Endowment Fund.
  • 2014-38-9

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