Commemorative plates by Alice Mara

published in: Design By Costas Voyatzis, 18 June 2008

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HAYWARD GALLERY COMMEMORATIVE PLATES // Alice Mara decorates ceramic surfaces using a new digital printing process. Approaching ceramic surface design from a different prospective she treats the plate as a canvas. Mara’s surreal, colourful and contemporary plates are inspired by printmakers and photographers from the pop-art era. Using the Hayward Gallery as a backdrop she has made up stories around the building, creating an unreal environment with strange people walking around it.

The commemorative plates ( 27cm square) have been commissioned by the Hayward Gallery Shop to co-inside with  ‘Psycho Buildings’, an exhibition that commemorates the 40th anniversary of the Hayward Gallery.

The plates are available at Southbank Centre Shop

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Southbank Centre Shop , Alice Mara

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    Agustin Zea | 2008-06-18 20:44:03

    mmm...I've always like objects that "winks" to other objects. This remind to the plates that my grandma used to hung on the wall

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