CHANCE CERAMICS BY TAKURO KUWATA

by Ariadna Zierold

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Takuro Kuwata is a young artist who works in ceramics. He has developed his own style originally starting from traditional techniques. His focus is to push the potential of his materials, while referencing traditional forms and making functional objects.

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He is known for a number of experimental procedures, including adding stones to his clay mix so that when fired, they burst or puncture the clay structure, or using needles to catch the glaze of a vessel so that it creates a bumpy texture when fired. He thus leaves the final form of the work to chance, but is careful to ensure that each piece is still functional.

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Madlib Mondays: DJ Rels “Don’t U Know”

Posted from The Citrus Report

One of many Madlib alias’, DJ Rels is the broken beat part of the Mablib catalog. Or as the Stones Throw website mentions, DJ Rels is a “homage to, the West London scene responsible for the short lived “broken beat” scene. Depending on who you talk to DJ Rels & Theme for a Broken Soul is either Madlib’s greatest work, his worst, or a pretty damn good experiment from a producer who refuses to do the same thing over and over again.”

Enjoy.

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