Video: Eve Hint
Video: Rita Randma
Firesculpture for Tohisoo manor park
By entrusting their works of art to a wood-burning kiln, the ceramists leave the fate of their works to the Kiln-God.
The flame burning in the kiln can be directed, but the end result will still be a surprise!
The kiln gives and the kiln takes.
The charm of the Kiln-God lies in duality – it is neither good nor bad. Sometimes everything works according to plan, sometimes you can find happy accidents!
When creating the sculpture, the author portrayed the Kiln-God as a deceiving Trickster (Kratt in Estonian mythology).
Which face is currently manifesting depends on the observer’s standing point. It hides many different faces. All you have to do is observe!
Author sincerely thanks Andres Allik, Silja-Ellen Vaga & Tiiu Salus-Aua for an amazing teamwork.