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My final submission :)
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2014-07-20
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CERAMIC FUTURES | Final Delivery

If you haven't yet, remember to share your final submission here in the community, with the headline "Final Submission".
Be part of the online collection! :)
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The existing relationship between people and water. Giving thanks and appreciating the water for what it offers, just like the Aboriginal women do. Give it respect and it will come alive. Give it love and it will become part of you.
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2014-07-15
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Have you heard?
Ceramic Futures 2 has come to an end and our winners have been selected. Congratulations to all participants!

Thank you for your hard work... and have a nice summer. :-)

> http://youtu.be/8qXMuVrv26w

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#tolove >> #loveme


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Me myself and I, I love me. Eye.

I it's you. It's the physical expresion that you have over me. Your balance. It's a new curve on your face, it's the centre of you.

I it's made of a fine golden chain and two identical white ceramic pieces cooked at 1600 degrees of temperature, which are put at the centre of the front on top of the nose bridge. White, balance. This balance is achieved also thanks to the weight of the ceramic pieces, the tensions created over the chains and te actual shape of the face. Without you it's not possible to see I.

In the hindi culture the dot or little jewel in the centre of the forehead is a symbol of a third eye, it represents perception and the capacity to control emotions and various other elements inside the body. This symbol is alined with the Ajna Chakr, this "third eye". It is said that the Ajna Chakra also creates harmony between the positive and negative emotions and balances the lunar and solar elements of the body, which helps the user to achieve neutrality between the powers in conflict.

Me, myself and I, I love me . Eye.

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2014-07-13
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#toeat  
some other photos of my project, enjoy it :)
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2014-07-13
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TWIN SET with  +Lisa Cousin 
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2014-07-14
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Final Submission: Description and Images

ALCHEMY

Alchemy is based on four elements: soil, water, fire and air. These elements, in their respective ways, make up the pottery-creating process. Alchemical cooking is based on the idea of creating a cooking pot which emphasises the four elements and enhancing the pottery’s role, allowing it to be an indicator of cooking time.

The cooking pot comprises three parts: the lower part is designed for cooking food by direct contact with fire; the middle part is vapour-permeable and designed for cooking vegetables and accompaniments; finally, the top part acts as a lid.

As we said, the idea is to enhance the pottery. The two upper pieces are sealed with mud which, due to the heat resulting from direct contact with fire, breaks into pieces indicating that the food inside is cooked. This concept is based on nature, specifically on the behaviour of shelled seafood which, when cooked, opens up indicating it is ready to be eaten.

The length of time the seal will last depends on the composition of the mud so it is possible to reach cooking times of 10, 20 or 30 minutes. For this reason, choosing the right kind of mud for the specific cooking time required is essential  in order to create a delicious meal.
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2014-07-11
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