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Wednesday Lunch II

Wednesday Lunch II

Bronze, porcelain, silicone
7.5 × 50 × 26 cm
2020
€1300
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Introduction

Eike Eplik is showing two contemplation objects at “Home of Good Thoughts” – “Wednesday Lunch I” and “Wednesday Lunch II”. At first glance, the form of the object resembles an animal or plant, certainly something organic. Indeed, it is a Jerusalem artichoke, often found in the fruit and vegetable departments of the finer supermarkets. During corona, many found a passion for cooking – restaurants and bars were closed and eating pasta every day became too much. People baked their own bread and tried exotic recipes and dishes. There was also an exceptional amount of time to think and to be bored. This great boredom made all kinds of boring things interesting, a simple domestic object could provoke a fantasy that led to unexpected places… Eplik’s work could be interpreted as an object of contemplation that frees the viewer’s mind to follow whatever thoughts occur…

ceramics, installation, sculpture

About the artist

Eike Eplik (born in 1982) is a sculptor and installation artist. She uses nature motifs for constructing a narrative, utilises the gallery space from floor to ceiling, works with sculpting techniques from classic plaster casting to paper and wood assemblage and found objects. The processes in her art are partly subconscious and not always fully explainable. When preparing exhibitions Eplik relies on improvisation – to the extent material allows, of course.

Eike Eplik graduated from the Sculpture Department of Tartu Art College (BA, 2007). During her studies, she took on internships with artists in Germany and Finland. She continued her studies at the Sculpture department in the Estonian Academy of Arts (MA, 2010). Eplik works as a teacher in Tartu Children’s Art School and also Tartu Art College. In 2006 she was awarded the Eduard Wiiralt Stipend and in 2012 the young artist production stipend KUKU NUNNU of the contemporary art festival ART IST KUKU NU UT. In 2015 she was nominated for the Sadolin Art Prize and in 2018 Eplik was awarded the Addo Vabbe Stipend.

Look more on CCA artists database and Eike Eplik’s homepage.

More works by this artist

Porcelain, brass base frames, 105 × 125 cm, 2019-2020
6000 €
Porcelain, brass base frames, 90 × 80 cm, 2019-2020
6000 €
Exhibition view: Eike Eplik "Biomass – Ghost In the Corner"
Ceramics, black clay, 85 × 42 × 37 cm, 2019-2020
5000 €
Exhibition view: Eike Eplik "Biomass – Ghost In the Corner"
Ceramics, black clay, cotton yarn, 16 × 20 × 6 cm, 2019-2020
850 €
Exhibition view: Eike Eplik "Biomass – Ghost In the Corner"
Porcelain, stainless steel fasteners, ~ 70 × 50 × 50 cm, 2019-2020
4400 €
Exhibition view: Eike Eplik "Biomass – Ghost In the Corner"
Ceramics, black clay, 50 × 42 × 27 cm, 2019-2020
4500 €
Porcelain, 7.5 × 12 × 12 cm, 2020
450 €
Bronze, porcelain, silicone, 7.5 × 50 × 26 cm, 2020
1300 €
Concrete, stainless wire, 89 × 90 × 60 cm, 2021
2900 €
Series
Bend metal wires, wooden board 2021
900 €
Coloured plaster, dimensions vary, 91 × 42 cm, 2021
900 €
Cermics, black clay, hair, 37 × 34 × 24 cm, 2021
2100 €
Cermics, black clay, 39 × 25 × 18 cm, 2021
2100 €
2021
20 €
Coloured plaster, dimensions vary, 73 × 34 cm, 2021
600 €
Coloured plaster, dimensions vary, 105 × 50 cm, 2021
900 €
Coloured plaster, dimensions vary, 85 × 50 cm, 2021
900 €