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Nick Cave and Brad Pitt Reveal Ceramic Sculptures in Finnish Museum Exhibition

Nick Cave and Brad Pitt Reveal Ceramic Sculptures in Finnish Museum Exhibition

The musician and the actor’s ceramic works are in a show with sculptor Thomas Houseago, which runs at the Sara Hildén Art Museum through January

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Nick Cave has a new set of ceramic sculptures on display at Sara Hildén Art Museum in Tampere, Finland part of a show that also includes ceramic works from Brad Pitt. Leeds-born sculptor Thomas Houseago recruited them to join him in the exhibition WE, as the Associated Press reports. WE runs through January 15.

Cave—who shares a name with the American sculptor known for his vibrant Soundsuits—told Finnish broadcaster YLE that his set of 17 sculptures tell the life story of the devil. “I wanted to do a devil because it was red. And I like the color of red glaze,” Cave told the AP, continuing, “For me, personally, it speaks into something about the idea of forgiveness or the need to be forgiven. It’s a very personal work for me.” 

Pitt, meanwhile, has maintained a ceramics hobby for a few years and maintained that his work was about “self-reflection”: “It’s about, you know, where have I gotten it wrong in my relationships? Where have I misstepped? Where I am complicit?”

The shiny red devils are one of Cave’s several multimedia projects this year, along with the spoken-word EP Seven Psalms. He’s recently issued Faith, Hope and Carnage, a book based on interviews with the journalist Sean O’Hagan. Cave also recorded the audiobook for the project. After last year’s collaborative Carnage, Cave and Warren Ellis are the subject of a forthcoming documentary titled This Much I Know to Be True, which has not yet gotten a release date.

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