6 February 2024

Change Ceramic Climate

C.C.C

Change Ceramic Climate

The CCC technique (Change Ceramic Climate) is the result of years of exploration and experimentation in the field of contemporary ceramics. This unique process involves the use of water mixed with ceramic pigments, frozen, and then melted onto porcelain substrates. Inspired by the concept of “glacial melting,” this methodology creates a surprising and unique visual effect.

Each artwork created with the CCC technique features random and unique colorations and designs, with shades of blue and green emerging organically. Particularly, works in translucent porcelain offer two distinct effects depending on the light: when illuminated by natural light, they reveal an ethereal and vibrant beauty, while backlit they create an extraordinary translucency effect, highlighting chromatic variations and nuances.

Each piece created with the CCC technique thus becomes a one-of-a-kind work of art, documenting a fleeting moment of transformation and creating a tangible connection between art and the surrounding environment.

I hope these artworks inspire your imagination and encourage you to reflect on our relationship with the ever-changing natural world.

Nicola Boccini art ccc 4 detail
Nicola Boccini, detail CCC 4, backlit
Nicola Boccini, CCC 4, natural Light
Nicola Boccini, CCC 4, natural Light
Nicola Boccini, CCC 4, Backlit
Nicola Boccini, CCC 4, Backlit
Nicola Boccini, detail CCC 3, natural light
Nicola Boccini, detail CCC 3, Natural Light
Nicola Boccini, CCC 3, natural light
Nicola Boccini, CCC 3, Natural Light
Nicola Boccini, art CCC 3, backlit
Nicola Boccini, CCC 3, backlit
Nicola Boccini, CCC 7, Natura Light
Nicola Boccini, detail CCC 7, Natura Light
Nicola Boccini, CCC 7, natural light
Nicola Boccini, CCC 7, Natural Light
Nicola Boccini, ceramic art CCC 7, Backlit
Nicola Boccini, CCC 7, Backlit