Ceramics, glaze & slip.
“Just like scientists experiment with different substances to produce drugs; as an artist, I test alternative materials to find the right coating for the texture or colour of my ceramics. In this project, I wanted to find out how similarities exist in the process of both artistic and scientific research. For this reason, I conducted dozens of experiments on ceramic glazes with waste materials that are regularly used in the medicinal chemistry laboratory such as silica, thin-layer chromatography (TLC) paper, and disposable/broken glass tubes. Row is an installation of these ceramic glazes and slip test pieces designed to point out the interface between art and science through material and non-linear processes”.
Price: 1450 EUR (725 EUR for the artist, 725 EUR for the faculty’s sustainable pharmacy fund)