乔  霍根  Joe Hogan

乔  霍根   Joe Hogan

自1978年乔 霍根就开始从事制作编织产品。他最初从事编织的灵感来自于他希望能将自己的柳木材料用于编织作品。他的实践活动始于乡下,并深入到整个加工过程,从原材料种植到整个作品的完成。他的家乡和周围的环境对他的风格以及多样性的作品影响巨大,促使他开拓新的设计,也影响着爱尔兰本土的编织作品。

霍根的作品包括功能性和雕刻编织艺术,许多雕刻编织作品采用了其家乡周围大片荒芜沼泽地中的沼泽木和其它材料,如桦树枝条,香杨梅,柔荑花絮,地衣和其他野生材料。这些作品的产生促使人们对与自然界建立进一步联系的欲望。

霍根的作品是《 工艺品杂志 》5/6月刊的主题。 在2012年印度的金奈世界工艺理事会峰会上,他被评为活着的传奇。此次展出的作品反映出霍根柳木制品的多样性。

作品: 大型柳木碗  38 x 60 x 60 cm (价格:€230)

 高器皿  100 x 62 x 62 cm (价格:€400)


Joe Hogan

Joe Hogan has worked as a basketmaker since 1978. He was initially attracted to basketmaking because he wanted to grow his own willow, the raw material for most of his baskets. His practice allows him the opportunity to live rurally and to be involved in the entire process, from growing the material to making the finished object. His home and landscape have had a profound influence on the style and diversity of his work, encouraging him to explore and develop new designs, many of them influenced by the indigenous baskets of Ireland.

Hogan makes both functional and sculptural or artistic baskets, many of the sculptural baskets involve the use of finds of bog wood from an area of wild isolated bogland near his home. Others involve the use of twigs from birch, bog myrtle, catkins, lichens and other wild material. This work is prompted by a desire to develop a deeper connection with the natural world.

Hogan's sculptural work was the subject of a feature article in the May/June issue of Crafts magazine. He was selected for the Living Legends programme at the World Crafts Council summit in Chennai, India in 2012. The work on show here reflects the diversity of willow varieties in Hogan's willow plantation.

Large willow bowls, 38 x 60 x 60cms using willow rods. Price: €230 each.
Tall vessel, 100 x 62m x 62cms, using willow rods. Price: €400.

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