Jeremy Plotkin Wong's ceramic sculptures redefine decorative objects, creating a queer world of implied function and undeniable pleasure. Their alien beings challenge perception in a theater of desires.
About the artist Jeremy Plotkin Wong:
In my work, the China cabinet becomes a theater in which our desires manifest in object form.
Through object fantasy, I create a queer world where function is implied, but pleasure is ensured.
The resulting forms are alien beings that challenge our perception of the owned decorative object.
Images and text courtesy the artist.
Caption 1: Princess Pusillanimous, 2021, white stoneware, underglaze, glaze, false eyelashes, satin ribbon, 26.5" X 13" X 14"
Caption 2: Ballerina Tying Shoe, 2022, white stoneware, porcelain, underglaze, glaze, acrylic paint, false eyelashes, satin ribbon, 10" X 8" X 9"