Alissa Volchkova is revisiting the industrial and repetitive methods of production, to paradoxically create irregular and unpredictable objects. Indeed, these series of vases are made of 2 parts: the first part – the base – is blown into a mould. The second upper part is the continuity of the mould – an excess of glass formed randomly, and that is usually removed (cut) in glass blowing, considered as a defect. She is keeping and taking advantage of this ‘defect’ by playing with it, exaggerating it, to create a variation of vases that will never be identical.
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|Dimensions||22 × 22 × 24 cm|