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Annika Teder안니카 테더

  • NATIONALITY
    Estonia, 에스토니아
  • CURRENT JOB/POSITION
    Visiting Lecturer at Estonian Art Academy
  • EDUCATION
    1977 Estonian Art Academy, Ceramic Artist, MA
  • EXHIBITION
    2018 New Orientalia, Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
    2017 Unrepeatable Reoccurrencws, HOP Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
    2016 Heritage and Diversity, Hanyang University, Hanyang, Korea
    2015 Time Capsules, Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design, Tallinn, Estonia
    2013 Zugehorig, Luebeck Art Gallery, Luebeck, Germany
    2012 1+1, Tallinn Art Hall Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
    2010 Eastean European Exhibition, FUULE International Ceramic Art Museum, Fuping, China
    2010 CORALS, Viinistu Art Galery, Viinistu, Estonia
    2010 Artic Clay, PENTIK Gallery, Posio, Finland
    2007 TRANSFORMATIONS, Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design, Tallinn, Estonia
  • AWARD
    2018 Special Award, Martisons Award, 2nd Latvia International Ceramics Biennale, Daugavpils, Latvia
  • COLLECTION
    2010 Aric Clay Collection, POSIO, Finland
    2007 Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design several artworks during years, Tallinn, Esstonia
    2005 Seto City Ceramics Museum, SETO, JAPAN
    2004 Gyeonggi Ceramic Museum, Gyeonggi, KOREA
  • RESIDENCY/WORKSHOP
    2010 Fuping International Workshop, Fuping, China
    2010 Artic Clay, Posio, Finnland
    2008 Innsbruck, Inssbruck, Austria
    2007 Vallauris, Vallauris, France
    2003 Seto Internationla Workshop, Seto, Japan
    1999 Takeo International Workshop, Takeo, Japan

재료와 인간의 손이 상호작용하여 도자기가 태어난다. 나는 끊임없이 변화하는 자연적 형태들로부터 작품에 대한 영감을 얻는다. 나는 쉽게 몰드할 수 있는 지점토를 사용하여 섬세한 조각품은 물론이고 대규모의 설치작품들을 제작한다. 나는 지점토가 지닌 다양한 장식성과 강한 표현성으로부터 영감을 받는다.

Making ceramics involves an interaction between matter and the human hand. I'm drawing inspiration from endless variations of natural forms. I use easily moulded paperclay for creating large installations as well as delicate sculptural forms. I'm inspired by the wide variety of decorative and accentuated expressive possibilities of the paperclay.