About the artist
Julia Klemm’s major subject is ceramics. One aspect of her artistic exploration is ceramic mass products, which she uses as readymades, deconstructing them to create new, cloud-like amorphous sculptures.
Julia Klemm is a graduate of the Munich Art Academy and is committed to children, to whom she offers a creative break in ceramics courses.
With the sculpture “Feriales I/2” Julia Klemm deconstructs the body of a ceramic deer, which thus enters into a new symbiosis with the monolith. Amorphous forms, which in some places still allow the starting point of the sculpture to gleam, surrounded by a silver luster on gray ceramic.
Julia Klemm’s “Feriales I/4” is a blue-pigmented ceramic united with the golden monolith. It is the combination of a soft-looking body with the clear metallic form of the object of the pillbox. A unique piece signed by the artist.
The monoliths stand on the back of the “Feriales VII/4” like a monumental feather comb. The functional object thus becomes part of the sculpture. A unique piece signed by the artist.