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Fire Clay,
Naked Raku

H 22 cm
W 30 cm
D 23 cm

Photo: Robert von Thayenthal

« Turning something inside out sounds easy. In most cases it is. For example, you can take off a glove from your right hand, turn it inside out, and put it on your left hand. But what about a sphere? Can you turn it inside out without cutting the surface? Mathematics provides answers. If you overcome small barriers of hought and allow spherical surfaces to cross, bend and stretch, interesting experiments arise. In “Chelo” a certain stage of the inversion is recorded. One presses the sphere together with two impulses at each of the two poles. Not only does the “south pole” become the “north pole” and vice versa. This also creates a lemniscate surface in the center. Through these, both movement impulses can be guided to the other side. At the “equator” there is a diagonal, sharp edge. »