Elizabeth Esege’s research project is titled:
Sculptural Ceramics: A Symphony of Art-forms and Poetry.
This research project explores the proposed interconnected platforms of poetry (poem) and sculptural ceramics. The aim of the research is to investigate the ‘lines (writing) and sounds (speaking)’ and how these can inform and respond to art-forms within sculptural ceramic. The intention of art-forms in the research is not to visually illustrate literary poetry, but to see the the possibility for poems triggered by a ceramo-sculptural initiative.
More detail to follow – February 2018.