Elin Aasheim, a Norwegian ceramist, turned her back on formal, precise work after suffering a traumatic head injury. Inspired by children manipulating clay, she became more spontaneous, making two or three “ugly” sculptures a day with no expectations or censorship. Aasheim was born in Trondheim, and for many years, she was part of an artist community in Trafo kunstnerhus, Oslo.
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