Monthly Archives: October 2012

Hot Flames, firing Echizen’s noborigama

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For 3 years I worked alongside wood kiln masters in Echizen, central Japan, learning about the art of fire. Out of Japan’s six ancient kiln sites, Echizen is the one of the least known about in the West.  Echizen in … Continue reading

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‘Tangling’

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The Japanese architect Akihisa Hirata has created a 1:1 scale sculpture, flowing through and spanning the interior of the Architecture Foundation’s project space.  The project called ‘Tangling’ invites the visitor to physically experience the space following the rhythm and curves, … Continue reading

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