Unearthing Port Talbot

The natural environment of Port Talbot is dominated and arguably overshadowed by the towns steel industry, the largest in the UK. The project Unearthing Port Talbot explores the impact and relationship the towns industrial history has had on the natural landscape, our dependency upon resource and the repercussions of our actions. Forms imprinted with the visceral presence of the physical land and, with hope, a visual dialogue that conveys a narrative of the human experience, of both my own and the history of the town.

Charged Vessels | Semi-Porcelain | 74 x 39 x 36cm

Charged Vessel | Semi-Porcelain | 36 x 39 x 36cm

Charged Vessel Photographed in Port Talbot

Exposed Pillar | Semi-Porcelain | 38 x 17 x 21cm 

Brombil | Semi-Porcelain | 109 x 23 x 5cm

Brombil (1 of 5) | Semi-Porcelain | 109 x 23 x 5cm

Undercut | Black Stoneware | 39 x 44cm

Untitled | Various Clays | 19 x 17 x 15cm

 Luke Fuller © 2019

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