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Makoto Hatori하토리 마코토

  • NATIONALITY
    Japan, 일본
  • CURRENT JOB/POSITION
    Ceramic artist
  • EDUCATION
    1992 Nihon University College of Arts, Sculpture, Bachelor
    1972 Gifu Prefectural Insitute of Ceramics, Clay and Glaze, Completion
  • EXHIBITION
    2017 Gyonggi Ceramic Biennale, Rep. of Korea
    2017 Cluj International Ceramics Biennale, Romania
    2016 'Martinsons Award' International Competition, Latvia
    2015 International Ceramic Competition of L' Alcora 2015, Spain
    2015 International Biennale of Ceramics Manises, Spain
    2015 Gyonggi World Ceramic Biennale, Rep. of Korea
    2015 Cluj International Ceramics Biennale, Romania
    2014 Seres'14, 3rd International Exhibition of Ceramics and Glass, Anadolu University, Turkey
    2013 Cluj International Ceramics Biennale, Romania
    2009 International Ceramic Competition of L' Alcora 2009, Spain
  • AWARD
    2018 Honorable Mention at 5th Biennial International Competition for Artistic and Traditional Ceramics, 5th Biennial International Competition for Artistic and Traditional Ceramics, Ascoli Piceno, Italy
    2014 Honorable Mention, 5th International Triennial of Silicate Arts, Hungary
    2012 Award Unicum 2012, 2nd International Ceramic Triennial UNICUM, Slovenia
    2011 Honorable Mention, 13th Tokyo-New York Friendship Ceramic Competition, New York, U.S.A.
    1996 Honorable Mention, Salzbrand Keramik '94, Handwerkskammer Koblenz, Germany
  • COLLECTION
    2016 Manises Ceramics Museum, Spain
    2016 Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Center, Latvia
    2015 World Ceramic Exposition Foundation, Rep. of Korea
    2015 useum of Contemporary Ceramics in Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    2015 L'Alcora Ceramics Museum, Spain
    2014 International Ceramics Studio, Hungary
    2012 Carinthian Gallery of Fine Arts, Slovenia
    2000 Pretoria art Museum, Gauteng, South Africa
    1996 The British Museum, U.K.
    1993 Victoria & Albert Museum, U.K.
  • RESIDENCY/WORKSHOP
    2007 The 2nd ICMEA (International Ceramic Magazine Editors Association) Conference, Fuping Pottery Art Village, Shaanxi, Chaina
    2006 International Ceramic Studio, Hungary
    1998 International Ceramic Symposium, Lithuania Panezezyo City Council, Lithuania
    1997 Craft Potters Association Great Britain, U.K.
    1992 Guest Tutor, Manchester Polytechnic (Metropolitan University), U.K.

외면적 인식은 완성된 형태를 확신할 수 없는 다른 자극적인 요소들과 상호작용한 결과이다. 사물이 아닌 것처럼 보이는 사물이 “있는 그대로” 덧없는 주체 위에서 태어나 공존하면서 기고만장한 외부세계로 뻗고 있다. 처음에는 막연하고 형태를 갖추지 못했던 것이 다른 것들과 동기화하면서 끊임없이 변화하는 형상으로 발전한다. 이 작품은 점토의 활기찬 물질성을 심미적으로 표현한 것이다.

External recognition is the result of interaction with other stimulating elements that are unsure of the completed form. The non-object-like object, "as it is," is born on an ephemeral subject, coexisting with it, reaching far into the exasperated outer world. Actively capturing the unmade and undefined, synchronizing with others, and becoming a constantly changing body is an aesthetic expression of vibrant physicality.