21st March - 7th April, 2005

"Hole is interested in creating a peak moment, an experience of awe"

Nina Hole's model for the Kecskemét Sculpture. The final work will be approximately 3 metres in height. Built over the three weeks and eventually fired in situ, using wood, to be unveiled on the evening of April 7th. This will be an incredible spectacle and a good close to the 1st International Triennial of Silicate Arts.

Please click the links below to see the progress and process of the sculpture. New photos will be posted every few days.

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the Firing Day - 10. 11. 12.

the completed sculpture "A House for Everyone"

click here to view a video clip of the firing (318kb wmv)

visit Nina Hole's website for more information