The texture of the bowls reveals the organic matter used in its composition.

The texture of the bowls reveals the organic matter used in its composition.

 One of the bowls from below.

One of the bowls from below.

 Transporting the bowls to the kiln.

Transporting the bowls to the kiln.

 The bones cut and fired, ready to be crushed into ash.

The bones cut and fired, ready to be crushed into ash.

 Some of the 23 horse femurs cleaned, ready to be cut for the production of the bowls.

Some of the 23 horse femurs cleaned, ready to be cut for the production of the bowls.

 One of the 23 femurs from the slaughterhouse about to be cleaned and boiled.

One of the 23 femurs from the slaughterhouse about to be cleaned and boiled.

"Horse of a Different Colour" is a series of bowls made from horse bone.

Bone China is a delicate porcelain based on the slaughter of animals as their bones were necessary for production. Interested in revealing the presence of animal by-products in our daily lives and inspired by this method of ceramic making, 23 horse femurs were bought at a slaughter house to produce 36 bowls. The femurs were cleaned, cut, put in a kiln (twice), crushed in a mortar and pestle and finally placed in ball mill for 8 hours to make the ash necessary for the creation of the bowls.

The non-industrial nature of the process mean the bowls' have a unique texture and reveal the organic matter that make up their composition.