Eva Masterman is 0.2 Ceramic Lecturer at University of Westminster and is part of the Ceramic Research Centre. Her role involves facilitating cross disciplinary clay practice throughout MAD, as well as developing research into clay as a material for learning and engagement.
She graduated from the RCA Ceramics MA in 2016 and subsequently has exhibited in international exhibitions at The Clay Arch, South Korea, and at the British Ceramic Biennial in Stoke on Trent. She has also spoken at conferences throughout the UK, Europe and America and runs a socially engaged clay collective, Collective Matter, out of her studio in Bermondsey with Turner Prize winning architects, Assemble. Her work currently explores clay-making as a collaborative form of communication, referencing the ‘embedded language’ of objects as being fundamentally linked to the community and maker through environment and tradition. She is also the Norma Lipman Ceramics Fellow at Newcastle University and has held residencies with the Camden Arts Centre and Arts Initiative Tokyo.
Art and Society
Explored through performance, installation, and ceramics, and between art and science, the diverse practices of CREAM researchers in this area are drawn together for their emphasis on critical and collective engagements with the question and role of art and society.