BCB 2013 AWARD winner Nao Matsunaga has created a site-specific installation - Standing Verge - in the China Hall at the original Spode factory site in Stoke-on-Trent, showing the development of his work in the past two years since receiving the prize. For more information about this new work, click here: http://www.britishceramicsbiennial.com/content/nao-matsunaga-standing-verge
Meanwhile, James Rigler is showing large-scale architectural columns at the centrepiece exhibition of BCB 2015 where a panel of judges chaired by Alun Graves, Senior Curator of Ceramics and glass at the Victoria and Albert, has selected eleven artists to present new works exemplifying the energy and vitality of the best of British contemporary ceramics practice The winner of AWARD will receive a prize of £5,000 and a commission for BCB 2017. The announcement will be made shortly. More details here: http://britishceramicsbiennial.com/content/award-0
BCB 2015 is taking place between 26 September - 8 November 2015.
All images courtesy of British Ceramics Biennial (2015)