Kinga Pers ceramics
Kinga moved to Belfast in 1999 where she studied 3-D Design at Belfast Metropolitan College and then Ceramics at the University of Ulster. After graduating in 2006, and securing a place on Craft NI’s making it programme, she was able to develop her work further and continue to experiment with existing techniques. So far her work has captured the attention architects and art collectors.
Kinga Pers moved to Belfast in 1999 where she studied 3D design at Belfast Metropolitan College and then Ceramics at the University of Ulster.
“I try to combine ceramic material, metal and found objects to achieve a mixed media sculptural form. The form relates directly to the structure of the environment particularly to fragmented architecture, displacement and personal space. The use of found (often domestic) objects, rich layered colour and texture, and the visible process of making, underpin the work. The possibility of firing together ceramic and non-ceramic materials is a result of two years of research relating to this technique.”
Kinga’s work has captured the attention of architects and art collectors.
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2007 “Emerge and Infuse”, Space CRAFT, Belfast
2007 Royal Ulster Academy: 126 th RUA exhibition, Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast
2006 “The After Show”, Craft Northern Ireland, Belfast
2006 Space CRAFT opening, Belfast
2005 Group Show, Belfast Print Workshop, Belfast
2006 making it, Craft NI
January 2007 graduate feature, Ceramics Ireland
September 2006 graduate feature, Irelands Homes Interiors & Living
July/August 2004 House and Home, Ireland
June 2004 Belfast Telegraph