Teapot Made by Someone in China. A portrait of a neighbourhood in the form of a teapot. The idea of co-creation.In the beijing hutong of Dashilar, Klaas Kuiken & Dieter Volkers asked a fishmonger around the corner, a butcher, a 79-year-old grandmother passing by, and a girl of 13 living nearby and all passersby, to each make a small teapot from a ball of clay. For Kuiken and Volkers, it is about personalizing what is usually an anonymous utensil, as well as about designing an archetype. They 3d scanned all the small sculptures by a company in Beijing and lay them over one another so that they merge to form an average: a portrait of a neighbourhood in the form of a teapot. Besides a teapot a wonderful artobject. A real conversationpiece. Dimensions: height ca. 17cm. Usually ships in 1 to 3 business days.