Everything starts from nothing – or zero. In pottery, the zero point can be the centre of the turning wheel. You pull in and pull out the clay from the centre point. Once you start, it means something, and it keeps evolving and changing your view on the object through time.
Roxy Lee is a London-based creative who has a deep passion for combining art and craft – as creativity on paper is nothing without neat execution. Under the name ‘the status of zero’, she keeps experimenting and exploring the possibilities of clay.
Works featured by Ceramic Review and Wrap Magazine.
Roxy was born in Hong Kong, works and lives in London. She has had a creative career as a knitwear designer and head of design for a contemporary fashion brand. Her designs are worn by creative individuals like Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Adele, and Cindy Crawford.
Roxy started her ceramics practice in 2016. Initially focused on tableware, her focus evolved and shifted beyond utilitarian pottery.
With a background in fashion design, Roxy continues her study of the connection between objects and humans. She makes experimental pieces that tell stories and experiences about herself and let others create their own ones.