Jacqueline Clayton

Industrial Technologies applied to Art/Design Practice

Industrial Technologies applied to Art/Design Practice

Jacqueline Clayton

2007 – present

Over the last two decades, large scale ceramic manufacturing in the traditional key centres of England, Germany and Japan has increasingly moved offshore to Asian sites, particularly China. This project involves re-imagining and adapting state-of-the-art equipment abandoned by industry to support sustainable, onshore (Australian) production of ceramic objects incorporating a range of environmentally appropriate innovations in clay body formulation, firing and processes of production.

Industrial Technologies applied to Art/Design Practice

Jacqueline Clayton, Quay Bowl #1 (2007). Vitreous porcelain; 280mm diameter. Photograph: Michel Brouet

Jacqueline Clayton, <i>Quay Bowl #1</i> (2007). Vitreous porcelain; 280mm diameter. Photograph: Michel Brouet
Jacqueline Clayton, <i>Quay Bowl #1</i> (2007). Vitreous porcelain; 280mm diameter. Photograph: Michel Brouet
Jacqueline Clayton, <i>Quay Bowl #1</i> (2007). Vitreous porcelain; 280mm diameter. Photograph: Michel Brouet
Jacqueline Clayton, <i>Quay Bowl #1</i> (2007). Vitreous porcelain; 280mm diameter. Photograph: Michel Brouet