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HDK

1996-2000 Professor and Head of Ceramic Art Department at HDK – School of Design and Crafts, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

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A bit outside of Gothenburg, at Nääs in Floda, HDK has developed a wood-kiln field laboratory with Anagama kiln, wood-fired salt kiln, experimental kilns. Students in the images from above Anna Ulin, Jernnifer Forsberg, Photo: Torbjørn Kvasbø

 

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An anagama kiln was built at Nääs in 1998 by Johan Ström, Jan Åke Andersson, Jack Troy, Torbjørn Kvasbø, Annett Floren a.o. Photo: Renata Francescon

 

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Students work at HDK.   Site-specific works at  Härlanda fängelse (Gothenburg). HDK`s 1st – 5th year students were locked in a vacated jail for two weeks: to try to understand and master the environment through acting with clay and pigments. Emotional discharges became an embodiment of feelings, and the works became actual experiences in themselves. Kursansvarlig: Kennet Williamsson. Photo: Torbjørn Kvasbø

 

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Students work at HDK.   Site-specific works at  Röda Sten (Gothenburg). HDK`s 1st – 5th year students were locked in the abandoned basement of a vacated heavy industry building for two weeks: to try to understand and master the environment through acting with clay. Emotional discharges became an embodiment of feelings, and the works became actual experiences in themselves. Kursansvarlig: Kennet Williamsson. Photo: Torbjørn Kvasbø

 

Konstfack

2000-2008  Professor and Head of Ceramic and Glass Department, Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm, Sweden.

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Student project: Bygga stort i Vita havet 2007. Photo: Torbjørn Kvasbø

 

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Student works: Linda Karlsson, Sweden, “Endless Conversation” Vita Havet, Konstfack 2007. Photo: Torbjørn Kvasbø