In an age with few opportunities to slow down, seclusion, retreat and quiet are at the core of Kim Norton's practice. Trained as a ceramic designer, she is interested in how we react and interact with spaces and forms and in presenting ceramics through a less conventional lens.
Her work encompasses scale, materiality and the physicality of clay; all are key to each project, whether they are permanent works or pieces that only exist within a particular moment in time.
Kim graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2011 having studied a research-based MA in ceramics. She was selected for the Crafts Council Hothouse 3 programme in 2013 and recently completed a research residency within Spode for the British Ceramics Biennial 2013.