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Lauren Winstone’s ceramics may seem an outlier our exhibition, An Inverse Unit of Time, but their regular, grooved and folded forms reference the idea of frequency and repetition. The works have the feeling of physical manifestations of a rotational frequency, inanimate traces left behind by the intersection of some unknown oscillation and the potter’s hand. The ridges and folds of Winstone’s works also echo the peaks and valleys of an undulating waveform, their creamy solidity lending them the aspect of flotsam, shells cast ashore by the tides of light and sound found elsewhere in the exhibition. ...
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