"Salt and Sugar Look the Same," 2021. Wheel thrown and handbuilt semi-porcelain, stoneware and earthenware ceramics, netting, mirrors, salt, and sugar. Dimensions variable.
Detail, Zen Bowl, semi-porcelain. H8cm x D21cm
Detail, Netted Bowl, stoneware. H8cm x 24cm
"Embracing counterpoints, like moments of stillness found within chaos, I use a range of materials in my work: drawings, paintings, ceramics, printmaking, video, installation and sculpture."
Romi Sloboda was born in the United States and spent her childhood living in both the United States and her mother's native city, Seoul, Korea. She studied printmaking at the Santa Reparata Graphic Arts Centre in Florence, and received her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis and her MFA from London Metropolitan University. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the United States as well as in Europe. She has been awarded residencies from the Cité Internationale des Arts Fondation in Paris, the University of Texas at Dallas, and the Herekeke Arts Center in New Mexico. Romi currently lives and works in London, United Kingdom.