The Form Finds Me.
Jan 21
Jan 30 2022
window installation in-person

“My collection of vessels is the result of a meditative process. This series of similarly sized bright white porcelain objects represents my first output as a potter.

The size of these experimental entities reflects the limitations of how much material I could throw on the wheel when I began to work with clay. This is a physical component of a potter’s evolution that builds up over time. I can throw twice as much clay as when I began a year ago. Intuition is another factor that drives my process. Through touch and feel, I build and shift softly structured fine-grained clay into meticulously shaped works of sharp angles and curves that reflect the physicality of making pottery.

Arguably, pottery is mostly the result of the glazing process. I use an off-white glaze that complements the characteristics of fired porcelain and allows the form to be the focus. When displayed separately within a grid, these unique objects maintain their individual qualities while reflecting the essential relationship between clay and glaze that ideally retains the purity of their unique forms: collectively, they become my “little snowflakes.”

The global pandemic created an opportunity for me to become a potter. From the moment I could make a cylinder, I began producing this series. “The form is in the clay” was one of my teacher’s first lessons. Here, the form finds me.

– Laura Warren-Causton, b. side projects


b. side projects (Laura Warren-Causton)


Who should visitors contact with questions regarding accessibility?
Armin Martiros
Is this venue accessible by wheelchair or similar mobility devices? This includes access to washrooms and all aspects of programming/events.
Window installation entirely viewable from the sidewalk. Store entrance has steps, no publicly accessible washroom.
Can people get to the venue using accessible transit?
The Form Finds Me.
The Form Finds Me.
The Form Finds Me.