Re-Interpreting Microscopic Forms in Nature
Pat Small graduating this year at UCA Farnham with a Masters in Ceramics.
Exploring and probing among the prolific number of patterns of seeds and pollen, revealed that most are formed of repetition and symmetry.
This work is the re-examination of seeds and pollen through the amplification of the microscopic natural world, using the visual language of porcelain and colour. It aims to distort and elucidate pre-conceived notions of this infinitesimal world; a metaphorical portal into the world of these minuscule forms. Highlighting the unseen, the before and the secret world of plants.
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