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Japanese potter

Daisuke Iguchi

ART Pottery Japan 2021-12-15

I call my work rust pottery, which means rust pottery. I spend a long time studying textures. I like the feeling of being weathered by time, like moss on the rocks, so I want to express it with pottery.

Daisuke Iguchi is a potter born in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. His works are known for their modern and elegant forms and soft exterior surfaces. The most notable features of his works are the rust-like texture and slightly fluctuating shapes.

In order to give the pottery a rusty texture, Iguchi used a unique process to apply fir ash to the surface after molding and unglazing. After baking, scrub with a wire brush. Even at high temperatures, fir ash will not melt and easily form a thin film. Then, silver sliding glaze is used to create geometric patterns and refired again at a lower temperature. After the last firing, he polished the surface to achieve the desired effect.

Iguchi's works give people a primitive feeling, exuding almost magical power. His works refer to ancient forms and traditions and provide a sense of nostalgia. He often uses rice husk paste or dust on stoneware, or metal oxide coatings, mineral pigments, and/or silver paste. It took him a long time to create this texture, making these utensils look rusty Bronzeware is actually pottery, reflecting the uniqueness and timeliness of his works.

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