Solo Exhibition in the Korman Gallery of The Clay Studio of Philadelphia
Making is a way for me to feel out the space carved by my gestures, and to outline that space with matter so I can offer it out to other bodies. The material container created is only of necessity; it holds forth the space more than it insists on its own presence, ideally disappearing into the felt experience of the work.
Workshop at The Clay Studio of Philadelphia
During this workshop, gwendolyn yoppolo will reflect upon life as a thoughtful maker of contemporary objects that engage with sensual experience and personal relationships within food culture. In the design and production of forms, yoppolo uses a mix of throwing, pinching, coil building, solid prototype building and molding. As she discusses the alignment of concept, material, process, and form in her work, she will share insights on how to choose the best technique for the job.