In Kirsten Perry‘s own words:

“I have a background in Industrial Design, Fine Art (Gold & Silversmithing) and Multimedia. Japanese culture and aesthetics are a major influence on my work. Wabi-sabi is a Japanese aesthetic evolved from Zen Buddhism that embraces the transience and natural flaws of materials. I love to investigate the relationship between elements of error, chance, anthropomorphism, and humor. Traditionally, errors are discarded or covered up but I like to challenge this aesthetic by highlighting and exaggerating them. I am keen to explore and push the nature of clay. I like to set up a framework for playing with the material that allows for an element of chance and serendipity to enter.”

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