Anders Ruhwald & Marie Hermann
CER 631 001
3 credit hours, 2 weeks
Lab Fee $150
This course will focus on ceramic object making. The word “object” has been specifically chosen, as it is neutral to the divide between the utilitarian tool and the sculptural form. In this class we will view these categories as a continuum to see how these ideas may inform one another. Central to this will be a discussion of how objects relate to each other and the possible sites in which they exists such as home, gallery, or landscape. Each session will have presentations, discussions, technical demonstrations, and critiques integrated into a focused, process-based studio experience.
- Marie Herwald Hermann -
Marie Herwald Hermann (born 1979, Copenhagen, Denmark) lives and works in Detroit. She received her MFA from Royal College of Art in London in 2009. Solo exhibitions: include Shields and Parergons, Reyes Projects; And dusk turned dawn, Blackthorn, NADA Miami; Northern Light, Pontiac Rise at Galerie Nec, Paris, France: A Gentle Blow to the Rock, Hong Kong. She has participated in group exhibitions in USA, Denmark, Italy, China, Sweden and Germany, including 99cents or less at MOCAD Detroit, and Another Look at Detroit: Parts 1 and 2 at Marianne Bosky Gallery. Her work is represented in the collections of The Danish Art Foundation, The Denver Art Museum, Servre Museum, Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Cranbrook Art Museum and yhe Jingdezhen Ceramic Art Museum. She was awarded the 2013 Kresge Artist Fellowship and the Danish Art Foundation Grant in 2016. She is currently a Visiting Artist at SAIC.
- Anders Herwald Ruhwald -
Anders Herwald Ruhwald (born 1974, Denmark) lives and works in Detroit, He graduated from the Royal College of Art in London in 2005. Ruhwald has had more than 20 solo exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world including MOCA Cleveland, OH, MIMA, The Museum of Art and Design, and the Cranbrook Art Museum. His work has been shown in more than 80 group shows at venues like Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, Pinakotek der Moderne, Taipei Yingge Museum, and Kunsthal Charlottenborg. His work is represented in over 20 public museum collections including The Victoria and Albert Museum, The Denver Art Museum, The Detroit Institute of Art, Musée des Arts Décoratifs,The Museum of Art and Design in 2011 he was awarded the Gold Prize at the Icheon International Biennial in South Korea. He also received the Sotheby’s Prize at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2007.