M:   07725 671550

E: sergesanghera@yahoo.com

The inspiration for my work derives from the Chinese concept of Yin Yang, the philosophy of which sees two opposing energies within the universe. One energy cannot exist without the other.
To express this I use the simplicity of wheel thrown cylindrical forms with my main focus on an installation of multiples. The composition of the multiples is of paramount importance in the concept behind the work and I have incorporated the Golden Ratio to give a fixed proportion to the work regardless of the individual scale of each piece. I use two different clay bodies with very opposing characteristics to communicate my work; black brick for 'Yin' and porcelain for 'Yang'.




2009-2012      University of Wolverhampton.
                         MA Art and Design(Ceramics)
2005-2008      University of Wolverhampton.
                             BA(Hons) Design and Applied
                        Arts(Ceramics):  First Class  
1989-1991      Wulfrun College F.E, Wolverhampton.
                        BTEC National Diploma in Computer Studies
                        GCSE English Language
1984-1989      Pendeford High School, Wolverhampton.
                        Art, Motor Vehicle Studies, Mathematics,
                        Physics, Social Science, Design and Technology.


Professional Experience and Skills 


2013                Assistant Artist. British Ceramic Biennial, Stoke-on-Trent.
                            Assisted Laurence Epps with constructing his commissioned
2012               Worked as an Artist in Residence at Cheslyn Hay School,
                           Cannock. The project 'Fired Up' was developed by the
                           Craft Council and it's aims was to raise the profile of
                           ceramics in education.
2006-2011       While studying at The University of Wolverhampton I have
                           given wheel throwing demonstration and individual tutoring
                           to Undergraduates, Postgraduates and carried out day workshops
                           to groups of visiting schools.  
2010                Visited The University of Falmouth to carry out my performance
                            inspired by Aikido and the Samurai. During the remaining day
                            I gave wheel throwing workshops showing how to build
                            large scale pieces.
2007/2010/      Helper. Art in Clay, Hatfield.
 2012                  Volunteered to help organise the event and assist the exhibiting
                           artists while they gave demonstrations and