a form that embodies motion in stillness
In Latin, the word “unda” is used to describe water, specifically ripples, waves or a body of flowing water. Water’s ever changing quality parallels that of the human spirit. Calm and fierce, flowing and stagnant. In this way, the Unda Form resonates motion, encouraging a constant wave to undulate within.
Hand Sanded Porcelain Sculpture.
Size: 11.4H x 25W cm
Dust and Form is an exploration of temporary brilliance. Brielle Macbeth Rovito expresses this concept through sculptural forms and designed objects. Her pieces evoke curiosity and playfulness, acting as an invitation to savour the present moment. By lending elegant form to raw material, Dust and Form seeks to honour our journey from dust to dust. All pieces are made by hand in Burlington, Vermont, USA.