Fuuka is a series of slip-cast wind chimes inspired by the traditional Japanese Furin. Each wind chime has punctuated dots on its interior surface, representing the duration required to cast that particular piece. A single dot signifies a casting time of five minutes (e.g., four dots imply a twenty-minute casting time). The longer the cast, the thicker the wall, and the higher-pitched sound it produces. Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 3" Materials: Glazed and unglazed ceramics
Satori Ishihara (Rogers Park)
Satori Ishihara is a designer who creates interactive objects that tickle peoples’ playful minds. Any objects, any tasks have playful aspects. He redesigns objects in ways that bring to light such playful nature. Interacting with these objects encourages you to enjoy the process of trial and discovery. They encourage you to have fun with mistakes and imperfections. They encourage you to ask lots of questions. They trigger natural interest and curiosity in ourselves that had been weeded out.
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