The stories of our times, told through the medium of craft practices, will be centre stage as IOTA21 celebrates the creative thinker and maker in all of us.
You can play a role in this exciting journey
Support Uday Singh, a ceramicist and technician, based at Art Ichol in Madhya Pradesh, India. He is known for his highly collectable, sculpted clay cows and for facilitating other ceramic artists’ residencies at the centre. His deep understanding of natural materials and animal forms is firmly based in his background as a farmer. With no two figurines alike, Uday imbues each of his cows with its own personality, poise and decorative features.
Uday Singh plans to make a herd of 50 cows to create a procession at the IOTA21 exhibition at John Curtin Gallery. With your support he can make this happen.
For a contribution of $495 you will receive one of Uday Singh’s beautifully crafted ceramics to add to or to start your collection. This will grant you the grand title of ‘IOTA21 Patron’ – as an important contributor to the first Indian Ocean Craft Triennial, but more importantly supporting an artisan to continue his craft and make a living.
Read on for more info about Uday, his cows, how to order your cow and the added benefits.