These pots and vases support the experimentation of surfaces and materiality. They are made by the accumulation of repetitive elements on the surface, in order to play with light and the way you view the object, depending on the angle from which you see it. The fixed and cold aspect of porcelain is thwarted by the desire to create a changing object, but frozen in its movement. The variety of shapes and the various scales of elements protruding from the surface allow experimentation on the division of varnishes. The varnish runs more or less between the growths, and creates a rhythm.
A relationship between the characteristics of the shape of the pot and the plants living inside is also created.
The ceramic containers are made by stamping, pouring or molded coils.