KAZAN-YAKI   (2000-, Magma-Firings) literally means “burnt at volcano ” or “volcano ware” in Japanese terms. A sort of developing technique of plastic art, to fire clay modeling into terra-cotta sculpture by magma heat which comes out of active volcanoes. Devised by Takehito Shiina in 1998, started at Kilauea volcano in Hawaii from 2000. Executed at various active volcanoes in Hawaii U.S., Hokkaido Japan, and Stromboli Italy. Contains the results of the project as its art work, such as fired clay sculpture, video documentary image, lava stuck to clay modeling, and photograph.

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