This is a new version of my first digital piece, which I created as my final piece at the Royal College of Art back in 2008.
It is a small step forward, as the making of this piece combines the 3000+ year old process of lost wax casting and 'post-industrial' manufacturing.
Over the past couple of years, I have been keen to explore hybrid making techniques as I think there is enormous creative potential in bringing together 'traditional' and 'new' ways of making.
This way of approaching the creation of an artwork also helps to challenge the notion that these making techniques are mutually incompatible.
So I hope that this small Wedgwoodn't Tureen helps to bridge the gap.