This week we are fortunate to showcase three more ceramics students that we be in tour Turning Point degree show. Starting off this week is Thomas Hedley who looks into Geometry as a main research basis in his work.
Geometry is the visual study of spatial forms,
shapes, sizes, positions and patterns. It is the mathematics of properties,
measurements and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces and solids.
Geometry is what defines my practice, the world around us, and everything in
between. I seek to explore the importance of geometry and geometric forms
within art, primarily within a ceramic medium. Through structure and
complexity, my sculptural forms are an ongoing exploration of geometry in
ceramics, ultimately trying to create an equilibrium within each piece that
represents both shape and number seeking a geometrically perfect harmony.