The objects of daily use we use make our lives comfortable. They are close to us. For example, we use ceramic tableware for every meal. However, do we know about it? How are the objects made? Who made them? What do the makers need to make them? Due to mass production the effort put into a ceramic cup could easily be ignored. If we understood the background story of the objects of daily use, would we value them more?
The Falling Down Collection consists of several porcelain pieces such as cups (of various sizes), vases, and teapots. The blue and orange colours are not painted with pigment or glaze, but cast with coloured porcelain. The liquid surface always remains horizontal and porcelain paste is liquid. Cups, teapots, and vases are containers for liquid. I combine the mundane facts and present them in a new relationship. The porcelain pieces show the liquid state of the material during the production process. It tells how the material works.