AN ARTIST’S DREAM is to have a big empty space and be told to fill it, to be provided with an infinite amount of materials, to have assistance, to be fed delicious meals, to be away from all distractions, and to be in a new, strange, stimulating environment. Last year the dream came true, inasmuch as I was invited to China, along with eleven other British ceramic artists, to make some new work on-site for the British Museum of Ceramic Art in Fuping.

The FuLe International Ceramic Art Museums are situated in the west of China, in a beautiful village in an estate which also comprises a brick factory, ...


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