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    , Haydn Albrow, 2021, ceramic sculptures in varying sizes

    My practice addresses themes of the conscious and unconscious mind; thinking of our brain as a machine that manipulates and interprets memories, language and dreams into sensical thoughts. In particular my work explores the ways we attempt to share our dreamed experiences and the difficulties we face in conveying their ephemeral sensations and sentiments.There are gaps in our language that cause us to struggle to articulate these unique and deeply personal experiences and I try to use use physical materials to create a new form of dialogue for when words fail us. My ceramic sculptures reference bodily organs and arteries - with pipes and valves escaping from their form. I view them as a new kind of internal organ that filters and decodes dreams, thoughts and internal dialogues. Their punched-out words appear like musical notation whose forms suggest their own guttural sounds and language.

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    , Haydn Albrow, 2021, ceramic sculptures in varying sizes

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    , Haydn Albrow, 2021, ceramic sculptures in varying sizes

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    , Haydn Albrow, 2021, ceramic sculptures in varying sizes

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    Humming Teeth

    , Haydn Albrow, 2021, ceramic sculptures in varying sizes

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    , Haydn Albrow, 2021, ceramic sculptures in varying sizes

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  9. Haydn Albrow – MA/MFA

Haydn Albrow – MA/MFA

My practice addresses themes of the conscious and unconscious mind; thinking of our brain as a machine that manipulates and interprets memories, language and dreams into sensical thoughts. In particular my work explores the ways we attempt to share our dreamed experiences and the difficulties we face in conveying their ephemeral sensations and sentiments.There are gaps in our language that cause us to struggle to articulate these unique and deeply personal experiences and I try to use use physical materials to create a new form of dialogue for when words fail us.