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Ann T. Dinh – Oct. 5

Photo Credit: Ann Dinh
Photo Credit: Ann Dinh

Date: Multiple dates, October 5th-15th, 12pm-9pm

Location: Cherry Street Pier, 121 N Christopher Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA, 19106

For thousands of years, people have created ceramics, and now, thanks to 3D printing technology, it is experiencing a renaissance. Đậm Đà straddles between old and new. It preserves history but is not static, allowing for adaptation and modification. Đậm Đà is a semi-handcrafted ceramic set that has multiple forms of communication embedded in its design. It indicates both the ingredients needed and the approximate measurements, along with being a means of serving a dish. Its overall framework can adapt to different variations of a recipe, to different dishes, in different cultures. Handcrafted but utilizing modern technology, this duality is a reflection of its users, who have to navigate a duality of identity in their everyday lives.

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