Paperclay in recent South African ceramics : continuity and change in studio works.
This dissertation comprises the documentation and theoretical component of a practice-led Master of Arts in Fine Art. The illustrated text focuses in four chapters on a critical explication of contemporary South African ceramists namely, Juliet Armstrong, Betsy Nield, Liza Firer and Leanne Frisinger. The dissertation includes significant discoveries about the creative use of paperclay in contemporary South African ceramics and provides documentary record of the candidate’s materials and processes. A conclusion briefly compares productions referred to in the text.
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