The Living Sculpture
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35 Brushbox drive
2015 Red, Robin Gibson Gallery
2015 New Talent, Robin Gibson Gallery
2014 Graduate Exhibition, NAS
2014 Proceed the Process, NAS Stairwell Gallery
2013 Plate Tectonics, The Hangout Café, Darlinghurst
2013 Mudita Jetsam, National Art School
2017 Workshop (Teacher) Introduction to ceramic practice, Container Studio’s
2016 Tiled commission for private residence, Lismore
2015 Teacher assistant for Toni Warburtton, NAS
2014 Established Container Studios, Mullumbimby, N.S.W
2014 Ceramic Silent Auction for Mystery Bay, NAS
2013 Ceramic Silent Auction for Clay Push, NAS
2014 BFA, National Art School, Sydney
Teemu Muurimäki, Helsinki, Finland
Merran Esson, former head of ceramics, National Art School, Sydney
Raven was awakened to the potentials of using earths clay and minerals for art making at the National art school. This awakening tapped into his fascination with the ecology of the planet and it’s complex social and environmental systems. His work explores humankind's relationships with each other and the natural surroundings.
35 Brushbox drive
The living Sculpture
Concept: The Living Sculpture
Water is life.
Clean water relies on maintaining healthy relationships with the ecologies it passes through, and that they be to be given primary importance. We aim to transform the existing barbecue area into a living sculpture with the use of handmade wood fired tiles, covering the surface of the existing barbecue. The rusted hotplates of the existing barbecue will be removed with endemic plants placed into the newly formed vessel. As part of this sculpture the landscape design reflects the surrounding environment being the adjacent revegetated riparian zone.
The inspiration underpinning the living sculpture comes from the movement of water around the hand as it is passes though water. A fundamental human experience that can only exist if the waters are safe for human contact.
tiler to install tiles
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