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Livio Viggo Lilli리비오 비고 릴리

  • NATIONALITY
    Norway, 노르웨이
  • CURRENT JOB/POSITION
    Ceramist
  • EDUCATION
    1999 The national center of ceramics , Le CNIFOP, France, ceramic, cap ceramiste potier
    1998 The national center of ceramics, Le Cnifop, ceramic
    1998 Product design & product development, university college of Akershus, Norway, ceramic, Bachelor
    1997 Product design, University college of Akershus, Norway, ceramic
    1997 Product design & product development, University college of Akershus, Norway, ceramic
    1996 Product design, university college of Akershus, Norway, Ceramic
    1995 Product design, university college of Akershus, Norway, ceramic
  • EXHIBITION
    2018 Summer exhibition ( joint exhibition ), Gallery Hillestad, Dølemo, Norway
    2017 Sandcasted ceramics ( separate exhibition ), Obrestad fyr, Jæren, Norway
    2017 Christmas exhibition ( Joint exhibition ), Gallery Vedholmen, Os, Norway
    2016 Samanhengande ( joint Exhibition ), Kunstgarasjen, Bergen, Norway
    2015 Separate Exhibition, Smio, Bømlo, Norway
    2014 Olsvik exhibition ( Joint exhibition ), Olsvik Kirke, Bergen, Norway
    2013 30 x 30 ( joint exhibition ), Gallery Wox, Bergen, Norway
    2012 Sandcasted Ceramics ( Separate exhibition ), Gallery Oz, Os, Norway
    2008 Sandcasted Ceramics ( Separate exhibition ), Gallery Vedholmen, Os, Norway
    2006 Not Member ( Separate exhibition ), Bærum arts & craft., Bærum, Norway
  • AWARD
    2011 Winner of the Director`s choise award, Political and social Art exhibit / internet competition, infinity art Gallery.
  • COLLECTION
    2008 The hospital of Telemark, Bø, Norway

나는 모래 주조 기법을 사용하여 작품을 제작한다. 모래 주조는 많은 시간을 필요로 하는 복잡한 기법으로 몇 마디로 설명할 수 없다. 나는 스톤웨어 점토를 사용한 스립캐스팅 기법을 활용하여 작품을 만든다. 각 작품은 단 하나 밖에 없는 독특한 것으로 똑 같은 작품을 다시 제작하는 일은 불가능하다. 이 작품은 전기가마에서 1260 C로 소성하였다.

My focus area is the sandcasting technique. This is a time-consuming and complex method which cannot be explained with few words. I slipcast with stoneware clay, and each work is a unique piece that cannot be re-produced. The work is fired to 1260 C in an electric kiln.