matthew chambers is an english ceramic artist living on the isle of wight just off the coast of england. chambers studied ceramics at the royal college of art, graduating in 2004. his work is born from a love of geometric and constructivist art and executed in earth tone ceramics. each piece is a constructed abstract exploration of shape and form that is made by layering many circular sections within a single form. these forms are free standing and three-dimensional or wall mounted relief sculpture. the layering technique chambers use is reminiscent of natural forms as well as technological lenses. chambers will be exhibiting at 5 shows during the month of november and into 2009.
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from a migrant community center in thailand to earthquake resistant design in mexico, this year we have been inundated with submissions from our readers.
in our unreleased video footage, enzo mari defines the moral position of our profession to show its limits and dangers as only a great could do, with sublime »
in our unreleased video footage, enzo mari defines the moral position of our profession to show its limits and dangers as only a great could do, with sublime humility.
designed by studio MSCHF, 'puff the squeaky chicken' features a perpetually open mouth and lazily bloodshot eyes.
the exhibition pays tribute to the work of the visionary french architect and designer upon the twentieth anniversary of her passing.