Exponate Zeitgenossische Keramik 2015

“Exhibition by local graduates 
(Christoph Hasenberg)
This
year’s graduates from the Fach-schule für Keramik (Ceramics Technical
College) in Höhr-Grenzhausen are presenting the results of their courses
in their graduation exhibition, Exponate 2015 (“Exhibits 2015”).
The
students’ work is defined by a focus on the various ceramic core
themes. The graduates’ approach is individually creative and technically
autonomous. The exhibits on shwo at this exhibition lead the visitor
into an intensive dialogue with the whole breadth of the creative
potential of contemporary ceramics.
Whereas Grit Uhlemann and Ursula
Madré have dedicated their very different works to the field of surface
treatment, Julia Saffer has developed new possibilities forthe making
processes involved in ceramic sculpture. Ulla Litzinger and Julia
Brümmer interpret their ideas in the field of vessel making in entirely
different ways. Nathalie Pampuch has devoted herself to the special
opportunities of production in series for various kinds of functional
ware. “

The exhibition Exponate 2015 opens on 17 July 2015 at the
Keramikmuseum Westerwald in Höhr-Grenzhausen, Germany.

The exhibits subsequently go on show at the  Kammerhofmuseum in
Gmunden am Traunsee, Austria, from 28 August 2015