Enucleo – contemporary clay was my first curatorial project, which I undertook in partnership with fellow Honours graduate Patrick Sutczak, in 2013. Enucleo grew from a desire to experiment with presenting ceramic art in the absence of the usual support structure: the white plinth. It also aimed to present work that demonstrated the potential of clay as an expressive medium without necessarily utilising the high level of technical proficiency often associated with the medium.
The project took Patrick and I on a steep learning curve, where we learnt many valuable lessons applicable to our practices as artists while also expanding our resumes and lists of industry contacts. Follow the link to the colour catalogue for further details.