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Porcelain vase - Cheomjang 160604

Cheomjang 160604

  • Object:

    Porcelain vase

  • Place of origin:

    South Korea (Goyang, made)

  • Date:

    2016 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Yun, Jucheol (artist)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    wheel-thrown, brushed, white porcelain

  • Credit Line:

    Purchase funded by Samsung

  • Museum number:

    FE.105-2016

  • Gallery location:

    Korea, Room 47g, case 2

Yun makes vibrantly coloured porcelain vessels with spiky surfaces reminiscent of sea urchins. Despite the contemporary appearance of his work, the technique he uses derives from the historical practice associated with buncheong wares of brushing multiple layers of white slip on to a contrastingly darker stoneware body. Yun experiments with the viscosity of the slip he uses and also adds particles of acrylic, metal or silk to provide texture and body. By varying the pressure and the direction of brushing, Yun generates droplets that further applications of slip turn into spikes.

Physical description

Round porcelain vase with white body covered with red spikes

Place of Origin

South Korea (Goyang, made)

Date

2016 (made)

Artist/maker

Yun, Jucheol (artist)

Materials and Techniques

wheel-thrown, brushed, white porcelain

Dimensions

Height: 20.5 cm, Diameter: 17 cm, :

Descriptive line

Round porcelain vase (white body) with red spiky surface by Yun Jucheol.

Materials

Porcelain; Gold metallic pigment

Techniques

Wheel-thrown; Brush-work

Categories

Ceramics

Collection

East Asia Collection

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