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In chemistry, crystallisation is the process by which a material changes from a state of disorderly liquid or gas into a structured solid.

Almost all mineral substances around us are crystallisable, each following the rules of their specific nature.

As a crystal, they reveal an organised appearance, a stable structure, forged between the laws of chemistry and the perturbations of circumstances.
In my workshop, crystallisation is an opportunity for concentration and meditation. A bowl, as an archetypal container, will become the vessel of thoughts, jostled between the laws of the human spirit and the movements of the world.

At will, the chemical process can be accelerated, slowed, reversed and finally interrupted when equilibrium is reached.

The temperamental movements, ordinarily so fluid, crystallise into a form more masterable, gems of clarity, cubes of force, scaffolding of ideas, peaks of will.

In chemistry, crystallisation is the process by which a material changes from a state of disorderly liquid or gas into a structured solid.

Almost all mineral substances around us are crystallisable, each following the rules of their specific nature. As a crystal, they reveal an organised appearance, a stable structure, forged between the laws of chemistry and the perturbations of circumstances.

In my workshop, crystallisation is an opportunity for concentration and meditation. A bowl, as an archetypal container, will become the vessel of thoughts, jostled between the laws of the human spirit and the movements of the world.

At will, the chemical process can be accelerated, slowed, reversed and finally interrupted when equilibrium is reached.

The temperamental movements, ordinarily so fluid, crystallise into a form more masterable, gems of clarity, cubes of force, scaffolding of ideas, peaks of will.