...

News

So, I asked my dear friend Spike to work on an animation of what happens to my glazes whilst firing in the kiln. My glazes fire up to around 1260 degrees Celsius at that stage they are running down with gravity and fluidity of the glaze at that melt point. Then they cool a@d around 1120 down to 1020 the crystals form@from the over saturation of the molten solution. Spike worked his magic and gave me the gift of being able to more imagine the activity in the closed Kiln. #crystallineglaze #moltenglaze #glazesflowing Repost @spike.silver with @get_repost ・・・ scene01. glaze in kiln [a simulation of the formation of ceramic glazes & crystals at around 1100°c] made for & in collaboration with @kate_malone_ceramics animated from macro photos of some of Kate’s pots. audio track by @opalblue_ 🌊 • • • #katemalone #ceramics #glazes #crystals #kiln #videoart #opalblue #pottery #art

17th Mar 2018

So, I asked my dear friend Spike to work on an animation of what happens to my glazes whilst firing in the kiln. My glazes fire up to around 1260 degrees Celsius at that stage they are running down with gravity and fluidity of the glaze at that melt point. Then they cool and around 1120 down to 1020 the crystals form from an over saturation of the molten solution. Spike worked his magic and gave me the gift of being able to more imagine the activity in the closed Kiln. #crystallineglaze #moltenglaze #glazesflowing Repost @spike.silver with @get_repost ・・・ scene01. glaze in kiln [a simulation of the formation of ceramic glazes & crystals at around 1100°c] made for & in collaboration with @kate_malone_ceramics animated from macro photos of some of Kate's pots. audio track by @opalblue_ 🌊 • • • #katemalone #ceramics #glazes #crystals #kiln #videoart #opalblue #pottery #art

A post shared by Kate Malone (@kate_malone_ceramics) on