I seek out the difficulties posed by casting porcelain. I am inspired by the process, most of all by its errors and accidents. The objects themselves are not the main focus; they are a side effect of my explorations. I do not believe that a plaster mould as it exists in a factory, smooth and fine, is a true plaster. I do not believe that true porcelain is smooth, submissive and docile, even though it is often presented as such.
Always checking what is through the looking glass.
-- Monika Patuszynska
Born in Warsaw, Poland.
Artist and curator, explorer of abandoned spaces and untried paths. Monika Patuszynska received her MA from the Wrocław Academy of Fine Arts (Poland) in 1999. She exhibits frequently all over the world and has won many awards for her work that may be found in public and private collections worldwide. Member of the International Academy of Ceramics.