For sometime now, I have been creating sculptural forms using bone china porcelain to express the fragility and vulnerability of life ('The Other') and nature. My new works are elegant forms using bronze as their core material. They explore strength and solidarity and encourage reflection and meditations around community and culture.
Courtesy of Karen Woodbury Gallery
Titania Henderson, born in Holland, moved to Australia as a child and currently lives and works in Melbourne.
Her works have been exhibited in various solo and group exhibition in Australian and overseas including the Cicely and Colin Rigg Contemporary Design Awards at the National Gallery of Victoria (2012), the Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award (2011 and 2012), and the prestigious 54th Concorso Internazionale Della Ceramica d'Art, Museum of International Ceramics, Faenza, Italy (2005 and 2013). Titania has twice been a finalist in the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize (2009 and 2012).
Her work is featured in various public collections including: National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Museo Internazionale Della Ceramiche In Faenza, Italy and Taipei County Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan.
Titania graduated with Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) at RMIT, Melbourne and completed an Honours degree in Ceramics at RMIT (2004).
39 x 25 x 15 cm
Judges of the 2014 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: Lisa Havilah (Director of Carriageworks), Justin Miller (International Art Advisor and former Chairman of Sotheby's Australia) and Gretel Packer (Arts Patron and Trustee of the Art Gallery of NSW).
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