Eric Landon from Tortus Copenhagen decided to flip perspectives when it came to ceramic work by mounting a camera to the edge of a potter’s wheel. Most of the time, we view the potter’s wheel from our point of view and while it’s fascinating to watch wet clay morph into shape spinning quickly, it’s even more sedative from the clay’s perspective. The surroundings become a blur but the the clay wheel remains in clear focus.
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