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Portrait of BRIE RUAIS in her studio, 2020. Photo by Adam Reich.

Terrestrial Affair

Brie Ruais

American artist Brie Ruais creates abstract ceramic sculptures from clay equal to her own weight, which she spreads out dynamically, allowing the material itself to guide her in terms of its final shape and size. On the occasion of the artist’s first institutional solo show at Houston’s Moody Center for the Arts at Rice University, “Movement at the Edge of the Land,” the exhibition’s curator Frauke V. Josenhans and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts curator Jodi Throckmorton, as well as artist Martha Tuttle, discussed their perspectives on Ruais’s practice.

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