When you look at the delicate porcelain compositions of the Belgian ceramist, Lut Lalemann, you feel that they might well have been made by a fairy basketmaker. Built from tiny extruded coils, meticulously cut and assembled, her works appear as architectures of latticework, sufficiently substantial to define the forms but airy enough to allow the light to penetrate the interior spaces. Her pieces propose the enchantment of a certain transparence while assuming the evident contradictions of use that her technique implies. These are works of art like no others and are seen by many as a truly original contribution to contemporary ceramics.
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