Kristine Michael: Speaking with clay

by  Sadanand Menon

Kristine Michael works with clay in the manner a silk-worm works with its cocoon: pensive, soft and painstaking activity leading her through a series of interior voyages into recesses of the mindscape words do not dwell in.

The gauze-like translucency of her style, its compulsive affinity to light,

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