Familiar Objects of the Domestic Landscape

Ceramic Review May/June 2011 – Amanda Fielding
For our conversation Katharine Morling pulls up a couple of
quirky, unmatched wooden chairs on castors, which if translated
into clay would not look out of place in one of her monochromatic
installations. One chair – its painted white surface rubbed away over
time – had belonged to her grandmother and was given to Morling
by her mother when she moved into her first flat in Cornwall. ‘It’s
gone through all these transitions, it carries the history of me.’