StatementThe surface texture of the vessels is achieved by striking the body of the vessel, which is built from a clay slab, with a textured squared timber. Here, the blows are executed in a certain ductus, but absolute control over the appearance of the surface is not possible. Each blow with the wood leaves its own trace, superimpositions and displacements occur and thus a unique living unicum is created. The cans are created from the solid block of clay, which is beaten into the visible shape with a squared timber. After a certain drying time, the lid and base are separated and each hollowed out. The varied structure of tree bark or the sight of a freshly plowed field is inspiration for these works.