LOUISE LANG
GLASSBLOWER

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to observe how glass cracks

Cracks

By the huge possibilities to work with glass I am interested in the basic occurrences. Temperature differences

By the huge possibilities to work with glass I am interested in the basic occurrences. Temperature differences for example provoke tension within the glass and this creates beautiful structures which I try to capture. Trying to create these cracks in the glass requires constant observing of the material and is a perpetual balance between the broken glass and a glass that is in one piece.

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38 different shapes, 8 silkscreens & 1 booklet

Eine Formenreihe

2014 - 2017 All of the 38 different shapes are made in Japan 2014. They are all blown and shape by

2014 - 2017

All of the 38 different shapes are made in Japan 2014. They are all blown and shape by myself, between 8 to 16 cm high and 7 to 13 cm wide. Some of them are completly closed and others reminds to daily dishes. All of them are playing in proportion and space.
Eight shapes (nr. 8, 11, 14, 20, 28, 32, 37, 38) I select to print them onto handblown glass panels of Lamberts.

Thanks to the Alexander Tutsek Foundation.

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glass objectes & slikscreens

Denseness

Shades, denseness, glades and interspace becomes an incomprehensible vision. Inspiered from the nature I take details and work it out to

Shades, denseness, glades and interspace becomes an incomprehensible vision. Inspiered from the nature I take details and work it out to glass objects or silkscreen prints on paper. Here as a showcase are the glassobject Blue Motion (29,5 x 24,5 x 13 cm) and a print on paper Inversion in Nachtblau (43 x 61 cm, 110 g paper).

 

 

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