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Shiori Kaneko>Living in eternity

  • Living in eternity, 2016Sold
  • Ceramics
    H 37 x 11 x 11cm
  • Kaneko explains that this work expresses “the steady state of living, which slowly continues to alternate since its birth and will continue to change.” A fascinating piece in which she expresses this state of changing, whilst using the medium of ceramics which will not change. Although the piece may seem fragile at first sight, Kaneko was successful in achieving steadiness as a piece while completing her own expression using well researched methods of numerous glazes and firings.
Shiori Kaneko
Biography
1993
Born in Hokkaido, Japan
2012
Second Prize, 20th All Japan Collegiate Snow Object Competition, Hokkaido, japan
54th All Hokkaido Collegiate Art Exhibition, Hokkaido, Japan
Highest Award in student section and Hokkaido Scientific and Cultural Association Award, 41st Hokkaido Ceramics Exhibition, Hokkaido, Japan
2013
Graduated from Hokkaido College of Art & Design, Specialized in Ceramics.
Award of Excellence, 6th Hokkaido U21 Exhibition, Hokkaido, Japan
Second Prize, 21st All Japan Collegiate Snow Object Competition, Hokkaido, Japan
2013-
Lecturer of ceramics class runs by Maruyama Kobo, Hokkaido, Japan
2014
STV Award, 43rd Hokkaido Ceramics Exhibition, Hokkaido, Japan
2015
Hokkaido Fire Mutual Aid Cooperative Award, 44th Hokkaido Ceramics Exhibition, Hokkaido, Japan
2016
Nakanishi Printing Corporation Award, 45th Hokkaido Ceramics Exhibition, Hokkaido, Japan
1st Japan Ceramics Society, Contemporary Ceramics Incentive Award Hokkaido Exhibition, Hokkaido, Japan
2017​
​International Hokuriku Kogei Summit: World Kogei Selection of 100 Exhibition, Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art and Design, Toyama, Japan
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