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As a studio ceramist, Aase sees herself responsible for the whole ceramic process going from wedging the clay to taking the finished pot out of the kiln.
Shapes and structures are of great importance. Her main interest is in the choice of firing and especially the related effects and changes each method applies to her pots.
Many of her ceramic items are fired in Denmark’s only cross-draught kiln at the International Ceramic Research Center. The entire firing process takes 10 days from loading to unloading the kiln. In the front of the kiln a temperature around 1320 ° C is reached and the ash from the wood will melt on the pots as fly ash. The ceramic pieces often have a ”front“ and a “back” where flashing can appear. With porcelain used as the ceramic material all shades of pink, orange, green or grey can occur. Unique ceramic items are obtained from this kiln.
In her work,Aase Haugaard is increasingly occupied with exploring the close affinity between ceramics and earth as raw material -
New work by Aase Haugaard will be in the gallery and on the website shortly.
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