“The handle of a pot, he writes, “marks the journey from one world to the other; it is the suspension bridge from the world of art to the world of use.” Clay is protean, he suggests, endlessly malleable by human hands, and yet ultimately the potter must consign his works to fate and accident, to the ruthless caprices of the kiln.” Adam Goodheart reviews “Red Brick, Black Mountain, White Clay” by Christopher Benfey in his NY Time 2012 article entitled …The Shape of Things to Come

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