Norwegian artist Stein Rønning, whose work is split between sculpture and photography, combines three-dimensional and two-dimensional for a commentary on space and our perception of it.
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Inspired by his local swimming pool that’s constructed of textured concrete, Brad Wray wanted to create something that had a brutalist flavour but showcased character and story.
New OEN shop potter Motoharu Ozawa doesn’t attempt to hide the imperfections, instead he uses these as inspiration to give his collection of tableware character and charm.
Taking a hammer to destroy a piece of work is often counter productive, but Takeuchi Kouzo has put this ideology to good use in his series titled ‘Modern Remains’.
Often using metal, wood or a mixture of the two, Brazilian artist Ascanio MMM is able to experiment with different angles and volumes to create unique sculptural geometric formations.