Jason Walker: Nature & Technology

Osprey, 2018, porcelain, underglaze, luster, and concrete, 11 x 14 x 6″

Ceramic sculptor Jason Walker explores how technology influences and molds our perceptions of nature, the latest circuit in his long-standing interest in the natural world.

Installation view, ‘Personal Encounters’ solo exhibition, Ferrin Contemporary, 2019

Walker’s inventive works have been featured before on The Art Junkie .  His latest solo exhibition, at Ferrin Contemporary in North Adams, Massachusetts, focused on cougars, birds, and trees co-existing alongside machine-like orbs, circuit and gears.

Walker “treats each surface as a canvas, adding highly illustrative black and white moments against fields of color. This juxtaposition serves to highlight the ever increasing tension between man and the man-made.” – exhibition notes.

“Through the Trees”, 2018, porcelain, underglaze, glaze, 12 x 10 x 12″

You May Think You Are Alone, 2019, porcelain, underglaze and sandstone, 22 x 25 x 15″

Jason Walker’s website, here.

Ferrin Contemporary, here.

Categories: Ceramics, Sculpture

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