Linda Cordell's humorous or unsettling porcelain animals. Playing on the conventions of traditional porcelain figurines such as Sevres or Meissen, these ceramic animals portray more natural or base tendencies of sexuality or aggression.
Rachel Boxnboim pours the liquid clay into stitched moulds and gradually syringes it out again, leaving a thick layer clinging to the inside of the fabric. During kiln firing, the cloth burns away, leaving the delicate ceramic vessels behind.
Japanese-born ceramic artist Kenji Uranishi Brisbane in Studio porcelain structures reminiscent of the built environment are created using slip casting and slab techniques. His work fuses great craftsmanship and Japanese sensibility.