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Eyvind Solli Andreassen




Eyvind Solli Andreassen’s ceramic objects revolve around shapes, volumes, and sizes. He works within a time-consuming process where both hands and mind are present. The layers of repetitive surface created one by one with a single finger pressed down in precise and detailed rows. Hand rolled coils of clay are placed on top of each other revealing rhythmic lines that flow through the object creating varied organic forms where countless fingerprints shape time into a physical object.

Techniques, cracks and coincidences that occur during the process are openly displayed and tell a physical story of Andreassen’s interaction with the material. The insides appear to reference spaces and holes formed over time by unknown forces and various climatic influences. The deliberate absence of glaze accentuates the individual qualities that arise from the use of different types of clay.

Balancing a desire to play with gravity, the work also exudes a desire to grow continuously but has reached a point where it meets its own end. Both static and moving it highlights the fragility of ceramic work where tension and unease lingers as though the work might fall at any given moment.

Eyvind Solli Andreassen


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  • Color/

    Black, Blue

  • Edition/


  • Exclusive/


  • Material/


  • Dimension/

    31.0 x 39.0 x 32.0 cm (12.2 x 15.4 x 12.6 in)

  • Style/

    Contemporary, Scandinavian

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  • Ships from/

    Oslo, Norway

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