Nomad Patterns is a wierd artwork assortment designed by Chilean artist Livia Marin. It consists of items of ceramic: cups, vases and teapots – to be extra particular, that soften into puddles, but retain the unique printed patterns. At the primary look, it appears a pure expression of destruction. Something like an act of dissolving a posh and unitary paintings. Naturally, after a quick evaluation, one will get to know the true significance of the alluring gesture of “damaging” the objects. The artist needed to point out that damaged china may be lovely and properly, helpful. The peculiar liquification defines the flowery design.
Now, think about having such an merchandise adorning your house. To me, this feels just a little bit like an ambiguous “Alice in Wonderland” reinterpreted scene. “The objects seem as staged someway indeterminately between one thing that’s about to break down or has simply been restored; between issues which were invested with the eye of care but in addition have the looks of a damage.” The assortment, comprising 32 gadgets, was exhibited at Eagle Gallery in London.