Latitude for Uniqueness Series, 2014-ongoing
Porcelain is a kaolin-based ceramic celebrated for its fragile yet hard surface and iconic, milky color, ideally suited for painted decoration. Embracing the clay that is typically discarded in traditional porcelain-making processes, Kirstie Van Noort’s line of porcelain tableware is distinguished by darker hues, challenging the historic emphasis on the material’s light color while minimizing waste.
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Courtesy of Kirstie Van Noort.
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This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition Nature—Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial.