Sculptor Susanne Ring is best known for her ceramic figures. Her interaction with this material is far removed from the average handicraft approach as she blends her clay with miscellaneous ingredients, such as wood, porcelain and cement, to form remarkable ensembles.
Susanne Ring has a fascination for abnormality and draws on age-old statues for her allegorical universe. Her figures are recognisable and characteristic for their substantial cracks, disfigurements, amputations and expressive faces. Metaphorically, these sculptures represent human relationships, emotions, fears, dreams and desires.
Duo Exhibition 2020: Freaks und Strangers
Kroko, 2011, Ceramic, glaze, 92 x 30 x 20 cm
Pferd, 2019, Ceramic 33 x 39 x 12 cm
Sitzende, 2019, Ceramic 39 x 27 x 19 cm
Big Nude, 2019, Ceramic, 72 x 27 x 17 cm, two pieces
Superkind, 2018, Ceramic, 67 x 28 x 28 cm, two pieces
Anubis, 2020, Ceramic, Engobe, Glass, 50 x 17 x 15 cm
Prinzessin, 2005, Ceramic, Glaze, Oxyde, 33 x 10 x 8 cm
Allan Bates,me and my friends, Ceramic, 49x23x12 cm, six pieces