Foam is something ephemeral, something delicate and fleeting. Porcelain, on the other hand, something solid, hard. Is it possible to preserve this light texture of foam in porcelain and thereby give it something ephemeral? Triggered by an admixed pigment, the porcelain chamotte "boiled up", bubbled, melted and solidified again in this state. What happened here by chance and was a mistake in this context, inspired me to go on with the foaming.
Understanding by Doing
Experimentation is about curiosity and discovery. Giving room to chance and asking yourself "what happens if..." or "is it possible to do this or that" Then simply trying it out, testing it and observing it opens up whole new possibilities in design and you gain a deeper understanding of materials and production techniques.