Sun Kim produces a range of functional ware with which she explores traditional and contemporary aesthetics. Porcelain and stoneware are the main materials used to produce her work.
Sun's containers are thrown on the potter's wheel, then cut and assembled using hand building techniques. She explores the plasticity of the clay by folding, stretching, and assembling. The inscribed lines play a key role within her pieces, emphasising the sense of volume, tension and expansion.
Dimensions: Large w-18cm h-27cm
As all products are handmade sizes and colour may vary slightly.
Brought up in Brazil, Sun Kim is a Korean potter who moved to the UK in 2004. She studied ceramics in Brazil. In 2007 Sun set up her London studio where she continues her practice. Sun is currently assistant to Edmund de Waal.