Back in February when we first introduced Ian Anderson of Aandersson ceramics, we were enchanted by his display at Capsule's Accessories Show. Recently, he sent along a little more of his work, and we're borderline geeking out all over again. The Philadelphia-based ceramicist has stayed true to his penchant for reinterpreting household objects, offering a more heftily-constructed range of porcelain tableware than the mugs we previously shared.
Anderson also went back to his prior explorations of deconstruction, and attempted to illustrate the physical effect that dismantling and then re-appropriating common utilitarian objects would have on the new structures he created. In the words of the artist, "Deconstructing is to deform a rationally structured space so that the elements within that space are forced into new relationships." All we have to say is that we like this collection of "new relationships."
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