The New York Times Style Magazine: In Sydney, a Ceramic Artist Who Captures the Beauty of Decay

The New York Times Style Magazine: In Sydney, a Ceramic Artist Who Captures the Beauty of Decay

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NAS alumna, Alana Wilson, an Australian artist, has always been interested in decay — the ways gravity, heat and time alter and transform. On childhood hikes through the varied landscape of Wellington, New Zealand, where she grew up, Wilson would pocket shells and small animal bones. To the artist, these objects were relics of “the physicality and fragility of the world.”

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