Half of the territory of Estonia is covered with forest. Two materials – warm wood and cold porcelain – enter into dialogue, acquiring commonalities. Porcelain transforms into wood or the other way round, bearing the visual characteristics of the other material by the aid of the artist.
Tray: ⌀ 30.5 cm
Cup S : ⌀ 7.2 cm, h = 8.5 cm
Cup L: ⌀ 8.5 cm, h = 10 cm
Raili Keiv studied ceramics and product design in Estonian Academy of Arts, Germany and Denmark. “The materials I use are both the substance of and inspiration for my design. The perfectibility and possibilities of porcelain has been my subject for many years.
I have been experimenting with the boundaries of porcelain. Nevertheless I have stayed on the more-or-less functional aspects of the objects, which are often associated with the theme of tableware.”