Thrown, altered, and assembled porcelain, black slip brushwork, glaze pencil, glaze, cone 6 oxidation firing
15 x 9 x 5
Disconnect approaches the mental health effects of the pandemic. The narratives rotate around the teapot in a whirlwind as if to signify the tornadic effects of quarantine and a lack of social interaction. Finding the beauty in recovery and perseverance, I used landscape and imagery related to my personal struggle to suggest that "you are not alone".