Born in the USSR, designer and artist Irina Razumovskaya creates modern as well as archaic forms from ceramics and simultaneously exposes them to a destructive process. The results are one-of-a-kind, fragmented and peeled off structures, which sometimes resememble wood, sometimes archaelogical findings.
Razumovskaya studied ceramics and glass-design at the prestigious Royal College of Art in London and graduated in 2017. Her paintings as well as her ceramic works have been a part of various international exhibitions, residencies and competitions. Lately, her objects were presented at the Officine Saffi Gallery in Milan, which today represents her work EU-wide, and at the Puls Gallery in Brussels.