1 . 8 . 2019
Frue Plads Market
The 8th, 9th and 10th of August 2019 you can meet us at Frue Plads Market at Frue Plads in the centre of Copenhagen. We will bring the first results of our ceramic research of Icelandic soils - glazes made entirely of materials we gathered in Iceland - among the Danish (Bornholm) and Japanese ceramic soil glazes from our collection. We will also be showing new products: handmade wineglasses decorated with our liquid tool among others.
Join us and discover how soils from Bornholm, Iceland and Japan can transform into ceramic glazes and nuances in glass - a natural colouring method we started developing in 2013.
1 . 6 . 2019
Moving the studio
At the moment we are building our glassblowing - and ceramic studio in an old garage in the city centre of Nexø on Bornholm. We will inform you about the opening date and opening event later this year or beginning 2020.
2017 - 2019
We are pleased to be one of the craftsmen behind the production of tableware for noma 2.0 in Copenhagen. For more than one year Johanne has been assisting Jason Svendsen at his Copenhagen based studio at Frederiksberg, where the two have been producing more than 2000 glasses, seven different models.
The glasses are designed by Nina Nørgaard in collaboration with Mads Kleppe from noma 2.0.
1 . 6 . 2018
Toyama - Copenhagen
With support from Statens Kunstfond we travelled to Japan for three months to investigate the ceramic materials and the Japanese craft traditions.
We visited craftsmen within different fields (paper, metal, glass, ceramics, lacquer) and got inspired by the Japanese culture. We would like to thank all the kind people whom we have met, being so generous to us.
For the coming months we will continue to work on our ceramic research that started in Japan in Peter Ivy's glass studio in Toyama (with the Japanese geological materials we collected and imported ) to show our Japanese glass colours at Gallery A. Petersen in Copenhagen, opening the fall of 2018 - 28. February 2019.
The Toyama Science Museum requested a part of our research materials, now as part of their permanent collection.
© GERNER JAHNCKE 2018