(in)version 2.0, leverages the ability to mass produce similar forms, afforded by the slip casting process, in order to explore surface treatment as a means of manipulating light.
       
     
 Silicon carbide was added at a 10% concentration in order to create the cratered lunar surface. 
       
     
 The pocked surface results from the popping of gas bubbles created locally on the surface of the vessel as the silicon carbide burns in the kiln.
       
     
 The resultant surface creates a pattern with varied thickness, manipulating the amount of light transmitted through the form.
       
     
 (in)version 2.0, leverages the ability to mass produce similar forms, afforded by the slip casting process, in order to explore surface treatment as a means of manipulating light.
       
     

(in)version 2.0, leverages the ability to mass produce similar forms, afforded by the slip casting process, in order to explore surface treatment as a means of manipulating light.

 Silicon carbide was added at a 10% concentration in order to create the cratered lunar surface. 
       
     

Silicon carbide was added at a 10% concentration in order to create the cratered lunar surface. 

 The pocked surface results from the popping of gas bubbles created locally on the surface of the vessel as the silicon carbide burns in the kiln.
       
     

The pocked surface results from the popping of gas bubbles created locally on the surface of the vessel as the silicon carbide burns in the kiln.

 The resultant surface creates a pattern with varied thickness, manipulating the amount of light transmitted through the form.
       
     

The resultant surface creates a pattern with varied thickness, manipulating the amount of light transmitted through the form.