Ditte Blohm is a Danish self-taught ceramicist based in London. With a background in fine art and contemporary installation art, she was drawn to ceramics because of the slowness and contemplation provided by the medium. She is particularly drawn to white because of its enhancement of the shape and material of the piece, and works primarily with porcelain.
Her work combines the serenity of the Scandinavian design aesthetic with the Japanese approach to the imperfect and incomplete. Ditte’s work is unique and intended to provoke a sensory experience in the user.
"Living in a world with constant distractions and a search for the perfect, I try to pause, slow down, and be present in the moment. My pieces create sensory experiences while embracing the imperfect, impermanent and incomplete."