A playful method of slip-casting which opposes usual methods of production and labor by yielding unique results each time.
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It was found that the plaster molds could be shaped to roll, thus distributing the liquid clay "slip" around the interior.
A conical mold was divided and labeled to correspond to different colors of porcelain slip.
When the mold would roll, it would eventually settle on a labeled portion of the mold i.e. : red, this color would then be poured into the mold. This process would continue until the "laborer/s" tired of the process or defined an end.
The vessels created were always different; depending on the level of the surface, the laborer/s, time and chance.
A variety of "vessels" were created which can serve both typical and absurd functions.