Katsuyo Aoki

Katsuyo Aoki works principally in ceramics, cialis creating incredibly complex pieces. Her Predictive Dream series is especially impressive, recipe comprised of a number of skulls formed by lacy, online swooping, and fragile ceramic tendrils.

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10 Responses to “Katsuyo Aoki”

  1. dimdim13 Says:

    Gorgeous, but I think you mean, “HER ‘Predictive Dream Series’ …”

  2. Ross Rosenberg Says:

    Pardon my ignorance, but everything I’ve been reading about Aoki refers to him as a, well, him. Is the name gender specific or am I just overlooking something?

  3. dimdim13 Says:

    It appears Katsuyo received a De la Mer Female Artist award last year (according to the bio on the artist’s site). Also, in the video in the News section, (s)he appeared to be a woman. My apologies if I’m making assumptions!

  4. Angeliska Says:

    So captivating! Thank you for posting her work, Ross. Beautiful and terrifying!

  5. Ross Rosenberg Says:

    Angeliska – You’re welcome!

    dimdim13 – I forgot to mention it, but I changed the article to reflect your comments. Thanks for the correction.

  6. Patricia Says:

    In a way it externalises some of the internal intricacies and symetry of a real skull. Such superb craftsmanship. Just when you think you’ve seen all the possible interpretations of the human skull, art like this comes along and blows that idea out of the water.

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  8. Vampire Says:

    almost 3d-printed…;-)

  9. mel Says:

    these are so amazing! she is so talented. see more here: http://heartymagazine.com/news/katsuyo-aoki-porcelain-skulls

  10. Peter Says:

    This is incredible!