Discovery at the End
SUPPLY UNICA has worked to celebrate the medium of clay, and to bring to light the stories that have connected us in our humanity, within the ceramics community, and beyond.
Studio Visit: Risa Nishimori at Togei Kyoshitsu
Along with videographer Connor Guest, we visited Risa Nishimori at her Manhattan studio for a peek into her Nerikomi process.Watch now
Auction to support Black Artists + Designers Guild
We hosted an auction in support of Black Lives Matter, and donating all proceeds from the sale of ceramics to Black Artists + Designers Guild (BADG).Read now
Wren Ortiz: “Bedroom Ceramics” and the Performance of Clay
Wren Ortiz is on a mission to redistribute wealth. When you find Wren’s pieces at a market, you might be surprised to know that the connection you feel with a piece is a currency for transaction. Wren sells their pieces for a low price, at sliding scale, particularly to people of color and from the LGBTQI community. If you connect with it, you can have it.Read now
A Conversation with Frank Zhu
Jackie speaks with Frank about his story, teaching, and mentorship.Read now
Risa doesn’t stick to traditional patterns of nerikomi, and instead has invented her own. The resulting work she has produced consists of myriad unique designs that have risen from her imagination and curiosity for pushing the boundaries of clay.