• Through tongue and soil (murmuration)
  • Through tongue and soil (murmuration)
  • Through tongue and soil (murmuration)
  • Through tongue and soil (murmuration)
  • Through tongue and soil (murmuration)
  • Through tongue and soil (murmuration)

Laurence Sturla

Through tongue and soil (murmuration)

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Date
2021

Dimensions
163 x 75 x 45 cm

Medium
Overfired stoneware ceramic, salt, metal, fixings

Details
This is a unique work, hand-signed by the artist on theĀ bottom of the sculpture.

Laurence Sturla

Laurence Sturlaā€™s visual language of his ceramic sculptures are part industrial, mechanical, part engine, part architecture. They draw heavily from Sturlaā€™s upbringing in Swindon, once part of the thriving industrial revolution in England, but now one of many English towns lined with empty factories. Sturlaā€™s post-industrialist machines illustrate the fallacy between technological precision and our (in)ability to recall and visually digest space, function or logic.