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Robert Cooper’s candlesticks are made from eclectic pieces of Victorian detritus – clinker, cup-handles, teapot lids, spouts, etc – found on the south bank of the Medway Estuary.
Different elements such as clays, oxides and glazes left over from teaching sessions, discontinued ceramic transfers, printed imagery from popular culture and even pieces of previous work are recombined to create new narratives with multiple meanings.
Height: 24 cm
Diameter: 8 cm