Gestures of Resistance

Ehren Tool, a Marine and Gulf War veteran, says that “once someone has witnessed a war they are forever changed.” Now, he makes ceramics that draw attention to the experience of war – small clay cups decorated with symbols of war that are designed to make people think about war’s impact as they hold them in their hands.

Here Ehren explains his work in a short video interview:

For more of Ehren’s story read this great article from his time as a Berkeley grad student.

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