A conical plaster mould was designed in order produce a line of ceramic vessels by chance operation.
It was found that the plaster molds could be shaped to roll, thus distributing the liquid clay "slip" around the interior.
When the mould was pushed, it would eventually settle. The section that it “landed” on would determine the next color of clay to be poured into the mould.
This process would continue until the laborers defined an end. This production would ideally be done in group of people.
Seven different cups were created.
They can serve eating or drinking functions.
They can also serve other functions. Ideally these functions would change over time depending on the needs of those who made them.