Plastic Baroque Terrine by James Shaw

This ceremonial terrine was created in response to the brief of ‘Midday’. Riffing on the opulent pieces from the 18th century traditionally conceived in silver or porcelain, Shaw has created this piece from a very contemporary material whose preciousness is often undervalued. This piece forms part of his ‘Plastic Baroque’ series, which explores waste plastics as a material for contemporary craft.

Details: Recycled HDPE plastic, fine artists’ pigments.

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