The Bowls of DC - ModernARF
Gravity: It's The Law
Glazed porcelain
18" x 17" x 2"
John Aaron, Artist
photo: Aaron
Collection of Michele Colburn, Washington, DC

This bowl was thrown off the rooftop of Modern ARF onto a board below on the street as a performance piece. About thirty people watched it get thrown on a wheel then thrown off the roof 35 feet down onto the sidewalk. It actually floated down, kind of. This may be the farthest a pot has been thrown. It premiered at the Anonymous show in Georgetown in 2005.

Gravity: It's The Law
Glazed porcelain
18" x 17" x 2"
John Aaron, Artist
photo: Aaron
Collection of Michele Colburn, Washington, DC

This bowl was thrown off the rooftop of Modern ARF onto a board below on the street as a performance piece. About thirty people watched it get thrown on a wheel then thrown off the roof 35 feet down onto the sidewalk. It actually floated down, kind of. This may be the farthest a pot has been thrown. It premiered at the Anonymous show in Georgetown in 2005.

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