A ceramic container, inspired by the Lacrimatory - an ancient vessel believed to be used for collecting tears. It has eight holes - one hole acts as a belly button and seven more holes that correspond to the number of apertures in the human face. Tubes connect between the holes in the tip of its arms, suggest a hidden flow of liquid, trapped within a closed system. A tear-like structure resembling an inner organ or an outer-space being.

Lacus Lacrimalis

White clay, hand built

65*30*30 cm