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 Linda Ouhbi shapes stoneware pieces according to the coiling method. This ancestral process requires a slow construction and allows to develop a relationship with each piece. A dialogue is established and allows to change the shape throughout its construction. The inspiration of Linda Ouhbi are the creations of first peoples: pieces that question function and utility, but especially the notions of time and progress. More than a job or an esthetic search research, Linda Ouhbi approaches her discipline as a lifestyle in search of simplicity. Born in Casablanca,  she learned in a workshop in Marrakesh before beginning a training in a potter village in Bourgogne, and then to the school of Decorative arts of Paris – Duperré.

 Linda Ouhbi shapes stoneware pieces according to the coiling method. This ancestral process requires a slow construction and allows to develop a relationship with each piece. A dialogue is established and allows to change the shape throughout its construction. The inspiration of Linda Ouhbi are the creations of first peoples: pieces that question function and utility, but especially the notions of time and progress. More than a job or an esthetic search research, Linda Ouhbi approaches her discipline as a lifestyle in search of simplicity. Born in Casablanca,  she learned in a workshop in Marrakesh before beginning a training in a potter village in Bourgogne, and then to the school of Decorative arts of Paris - Duperré.