Correlation No3 horizontal 40x30x28cm Caz Hildebrand

Journey of Ceramics: Jingdezhen International Ceramic Art Biennale 2023

My piece Correlation No. 3 has been selected for the Journey of Ceramics: Jingdezhen International Ceramic Art Biennale 2023 and is on show in Jingdezhen until 15 June 2024.

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Twenty Four / Seven Exhibition

Twenty Four / Seven is an amalgamation of seven women artists exploring the openness and confinement within coexistence and ownership. This exhibition sits timely within the socio-political climate of today’s world, as we witness the varying changes that resound landscapes, borders, governance (or lack thereof), and access. As the name suggests, this exhibition serves as a mirror to artists’ continuous thought processes and the endless nature of repurposing to explore new narratives.

In their various pieces, the artists are taking inspiration from the discarded, undertaking
material explorations and referencing past lives. These emotive and energetically charged
works embody an uneasy resolution for the challenges we face together.

Featured artists: Mils Bridgewater (@mils_bridgewater), Caroline Chouler-Tissier (@carolinechoulertissier), Natasha Fontenelle (@ms_fontenelle), Dovile Grigaliunaite (@dovile.ideas), Caz Hildebrand (@cazhildebrand), Phillipa Silcock (@phillipasilcock), Rosie Stonham (@rosiestonham). Curated by Zarna Hart(@zarnahart)

Supported by @wearegetliving in partnership with @hyphastudios

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Clay Dig Summer 2023

We spent a day at WH Collier's Brickmakers in Mark's Tey, Colchester to see the new clay they have excavated from the lakebed clay pit on site. This is the first time that this clay has been exposed to daylight for thousands of years.

Correlation No1 vertical 50x40x25cm Caz Hildebrand copy

International Glass & Ceramic Art Biennial 2023

I was delighted to have four ceramic pieces selected for exhibition at the International Glass & Ceramic Biennial 2023. The show is open from October 21 – 29 October in Haacht, Belgium.

Shown here: Correlation No.1

Brickworks Residency

I have been spending time on a residency at Collier's brickworks in Essex, working with fellow artist Nina Gerada. The bricks are all made by hand and the brickmakers have been sharing their skills and knowledge with us. We have been researching the processes and the clay, developing ideas and learning. This has been an opportunity to spotlight and celebrate bricks, support the handmade brick industry and shine a light on a declining industry.

Watch this space for updates.