132: Jacques Kauffman on architecture that reduces green house gases
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Jacques Kauffman. He uses ceramic bricks to build large-scale installation and sculpture. In the interview we talk about his philosophy of making, the influence of his time working in Rwanda, and his role in developing bioactive architecture that reduces green house gases in urban environments.
Jacques has recently retired from being the head of ceramics at the Ecole d‘arts appliqués in Vevey, Switzerland and is the president of the International Academy of Ceramics. For more information on Jacques please visit his IAC profile at www.aic-iac.org/en/member/jacques-kaufmann. You can also read a review of his 2013 exhibition “With one brick, to build a world” at cfileonline.org/exhibition-jacques-kaufmann-one-brick-build-world/.
This episode of the podcast is sponsored by THINK BIG 2: Mastering the Marketplace, a six-week e-course designed to help you take the next step in your creative business. For more information, or to register for the next session starting on February 4th, please visit www.carterpottery.com/think-big