許俊傑 Ryan Hui 

2015年畢業於香港浸會大學視覺藝術院。同年與李穎儀一同創立梨木製陶所。着重以陶瓷為媒介,創作實用器物。器物創作存在於藝術與設計模糊的界線之間,梨木製陶所以此為切入點,重新思考自身對當代陶藝的理解與定義,創作出以生活為本、能經歷時間的器物作品。梨木製陶所曾於香港文化博物館、京都 Kyoto 27、台北無事生活、景德鎮陶溪川美術館、廣州103 Gallery及珠海無界美術館等地參與並策劃多次聯展及個展。在2019年參與日本信樂陶藝之森藝術家駐留計劃。他的作品曾被香港美術館以及台灣、日本、泰國等地收藏家收藏。

 

Graduated from the Hong Kong Baptist University with a Bachelor's degree in 2015, Hui established his ceramic studio - Toki Nashiki with Wy Lee in the same year. He focuses much of their effort on the creation and promotion of handcrafted functional wares in ceramics, based on a strong belief that the goodness in life can be appreciated through the making and usage of functional pottery. Since 2016, he has been actively teaching ceramics and holding exhibitions both locally and abroad. His work has been collected by Hong Kong Museum of Art and oversea collector such as Taiwan, Japan, Thailand.

崩塌 Collapsed

許俊傑 Ryan Hui

30 x 30 x 10cm

我收藏了一件1000年前的宋代陶瓷殘件,崩塌的瓷碗,堆疊、扭曲變形,形成獨特的美態。1000年後當時人們認為的廢棄物,在我眼中變成了一件雕塑。也許這是器物存在的另一種形式。

I collected the fragments of the Song Dynasty ceramics. The collapsed porcelain bowls were stacked together and deformed, like a beautiful sculpture.  Thousands of years later, what people thought of as waste is now turned into a sculpture in my eyes.  Perhaps this is another form of the existence of functional wares.