“As a visual artist, I use clay in an effort to understand the physical world. Clay allows me to experience the malleability and plasticity of the earth. I regard all aspects of the ceramic process a sacred act, and see each as an opportunity to confront my own temperance and fragility.
As a continuation of this lifelong journey the following series of abstract polytopes are part of larger body of work exploring the axioms of Euclidian and non-Euclidian geometry through sculpture. I am interested in the intersection of mathematics and philosophy and I use sculpture to explore this relationship and realize my ideas.”
Larsen recently presented at the 2nd European Woodfire Conference at Guldagergaard in Skælskør, Denmark and at the 16th Kohila Woodfire residency in Kohila, Estonia. Larsen maintains a ceramics studio and “wood kiln sanctuary” in Milan, MN.
Pearson Lakes Art Center