Ceramic Points of View: 'Pot', by Hans Coper

Hans Coper, pot, stoneware, height 240mm, width 143mm, 1975. Museum no. C.398-1976

Hans Coper, pot, stoneware, height 240mm, width 143mm, 1975. Museum no. C.398-1976

'Ceramics Points of View' is the result of a collaboration between The National Electronic and Video Archive of the Crafts and the V&A. A range of people were asked for their responses to the same ten objects from the V&A's 20th century ceramics collection.

On this page you can discover the six people's responses to 'Pot', made in 1975 by Hans Coper (1920-1981). Simply choose one of the people below to see their response.

Here the work of Hans Cooper is critiqued by Alison Britton, Neil Brownsword, Emmanuel Cooper, Claire Curneen, Tanya Harrod and Oliver Watson in the following videos.

Video: Alison Britton on Hans Coper

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Video: Neil Brownsword on Hans Coper

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Video: Emmanuel Cooper on Hans Coper

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Video: Claire Curneen on Hans Coper

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Video: Tanya Harrod on Hans Coper

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Video: Oliver Watson on Hans Coper

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