Fifth year undergraduate ceramics student at the State University of New York at New Paltz.
My current work is a series of material explorations in ceramics, jewelry, textiles and digital fabrication. I seek to form connections between opposite material and visual qualities through binaries such as hard/soft, static/biomorphic, handmade/machine-fabricated. My interests are rooted in traditional utilitarian feminine craft and the value of the objects we surround and adorn ourselves with as a source of pleasure and a link to our identity.
aka Daniel Aktas
C e r a m i c s
Keep your Dreams alive. To acheive anything you must understand that it requires faith and belief in yourself. Remember, all things are possible for those who dont stop believing.
"Every object has an edge, which is a point at where presence stops and absence begins.”
"Fork what you think, I do what I want!"
Christopher Fortin's Blog
a site about my journeys in clay
a study of rectangles
An Educational Resource Companion