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by Pop Dots - Mexico

Dilema Sculpture

Original price $181.00 - Original price $181.00
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$181.00 - $181.00
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This Dilema Sculpture is a meditative piece made of detachable high temperature ceramics. Aimed at engaging the viewer in the practice of meditation, it is made out of pieces of ceramic that can fall apart at any given moment just like human experience can. The cracks in the ceramic are pieced together to form a complete shape, an infinite series of puzzles that together form a unique piece of art.

Display this ingenious design either as a whole or detach how many pieces you want to reflect your state of mind as and when your emotions change.

High temperature ceramics

4" x 4" x 4" (10cm x 10cm x10cm)
2.20lb. (1kg)




Please note, this item is made to order and will take 4 weeks to create. Once it is ready it will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

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  • Avoid fatty and oily agents on the naked clay and use only water and a cotton cloth to clean.
  • Pop Dots

    Pop Dots is a Guadalajara ceramic studio founded in 2015 by Melisa Aldrete & Luis Cárdenas, in an attempt to fuse concept and process, resulting in conceptual but utilitarian pieces of ceramics ranging from vases to pots to candleholders. Melisa & Luis help their artisans to increase their mastery and understanding of their own craft and material, thanks to their collections as well as experimental installations that continue the dialogue between the creator, material, the process and the environment where the product lives.
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