Work has been published in such magazines as Wallpaper*, The Financial Times ‘How to spend it’, Architectural Digest (Germany) and Elle Decoration.

Pieces are currently held in private collections and in the permanent collection at the Potteries Museum in Stoke-on-Trent.

Matt Davis studied at Camberwell School of Art and Brighton Univerity. He holds a 1st class MDes in 3D Design and a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design

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Matt Davis Ceramics Heals

Matt Davis Ceramics

As the ceramic vessel can be seen as a pivotal marker in the development of civilisation, this work aims to mark society in the Information Age.

Pastiche archetypal forms are created by combining computers with traditional techniques and result in parody by using high technology to make ‘lo-tech’ artefacts.

These objects intend to confront perceptions of digital tooling in relation to craft and further dialogues surrounding the handmade versus machine.

The transmutation of intangible code by immortalising it in once organic matter is central to the work’s theme of dualism and presents virtual forms in physical reality.

Selected Exhibitions

2019:
London Art Fair. Represented by Cynthia Corbett Gallery.
Collect, Saatchi Gallery. Represented by Cynthia Corbett Gallery.

2018:
Collect, Saatchi Gallery. Represented by Cynthia Corbett Gallery
Cynthia Corbett Gallery Summer Exhibition. Pall Mall, London
Doddington Hall Sculpture Biennial. Lincoln.
Ceramic Art London. Central St. Martins, London
MIAR Arts. 9a, Hove Place, Brighton

2017:
Decorex; Future Heritage. Syon Park, London

Heals Discovers 2017. Heals, London
ECAlab Collaboration. RIBA North, Liverpool
New Designers; One Year On. Business Design Centre, London
Ceramic Art London. Central St. Martins, London
Rising Stars 2017. New Ashgate gallery, Farnham

2016:
Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair. Manchester
Handmade in Britain. Chelsea Town Hall, London
Art in Clay. Pottery & Ceramics Festival, Hatfield House
New Designers. Business Design Centre, London