1. DNA Ceramics
In the setting of the bid by the capital project during 2022 to promote handmade pottery as an innovative satellite of the industry, we shine the spotlight on the work of Adriana Cabello, Ana Illueca, Laura Maldonado and Magari Things.
Adriana Cabello: customized projects with enormous sensitivity and skill, alternating ceramics and painting.
Ana Illueca: the potter who has led the DNA Ceramics project presents “Relationships”, a series of jugs with an apparently immovable character but which, when placed in relationship with others, mutate, play and take on different shapes to become emotional and alive. A metaphor of the link between each and every one of the potters present in the dissemination project.
Laura Maldonado: artist, product designer and architect. Her work is the result of an exploration and experimentation with material, via emotion and sensorial experience. She specializes in designer tableware for the catering sector and her unique pieces adapt to all kinds of materials: from ceramics to wood, via metal, stone and resin.
Magari Things: unique pieces for daily use and decoration. Creations closely linked to the environment in which they are produced – the Mediterranean shore, near Jávea – and based on the interrelationship between air, water and fire.