|Dimensions||250 x 250 mm|
The principle of the three-dimensional pattern on a two-dimensional surface is the basis of our earlier raku tiles. In the hall of the Gönhard School in Aarau a pattern conquered space for the first time: TaOk enables tiles to become freestanding objects in the game of dimensions. The basic ideas are a rounded square and petal-shaped cut-outs, which are staggered and superimposed in two planes, so as to reveal each other – an effect that is further heightened by different glazes. The thickness of the clay object allows TaOk to be placed free-standing in space – either as a wall cladding or a partition – and plays with light, position and the surroundings.