In the slipcasting process, the invention ends when the plaster mold has been made-- the casting process is more or less automatic. The mold becomes a repetitive equation for construction-- its assembly predetermined, its potential already fully realized.
Here the molds were conceived of as modular building blocks to be assembled in an unlimited amount of ways, each time producing a different vessel. The resulting
pieces vary in form, complexity, use, and beauty. Volume One consists of 120 vessels.