Discover Nomad Patterns, a strange art collection consisting of ceramic pieces, which simply melt into puddles giving way to original patterns. This strange art collection seems to be an expression of destruction taking us in a journey about how time destroys it all.
The strange art collection was designed by Livia Marin, Chilean artist. The collection features pieces of ceramic, cups, vases and teapots which melt; still retaining the original printed the original pattern. After understanding the true significance of the damaged objects, you can easily understand that the artist wanted to point out the fact that broken china can really be useful and beautiful, as well. The liquification of the objects seems to be part of a more profound subject talking about destruction, time flowing and ambiguous character.
Imagine having such a strange art collection or just one piece in your own home. It would feel a little ambiguous, surprinsgly similar to a reinterpreted scene of “Alice in Wonderland” or even more profound, of Dali’s time painting featuring the melting clocks. This strange art collection seems to describe the subjectivity of time and the way time isn’t measured in seconds or minutes, but in feelings and the way we actually use it to fulfill our own destinies. These melting pieces will carry you in a world of fairy tales where time as we know it doesn’t really exist, flowing freely without the limitation of measurings.
The strange art collection of Livia Marin was exhibited at Eagle Gallery in London. We say that young Livia got some inspiration from Dali’s time metaphor and put it into a tea fantasy. The melting pieces are perfect for a nonconformist living décor, especially if you are a Dali fan. What do you think about these pieces? Would you take one home?
Source and photos: liviamarin.com