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Miranda Nisenson

Everything starts with drawing. For me, it's the most effective way of exploiting my creativity to the full. Indeed, I like to draw without thinking, in a process that constantly leads me to discover new facets of myself. I believe in the expressive power of form, and seek to bring this out in my designs and compositions, both on paper and in clay. I have a passionate love of the repetition of gesture; there's something beautiful in the absurdity of the time a task can take.

In this way, my research into materials is guided by a desire to create objects whose expressive power transcends their function.

Finally, I seek to recall the freedom we all carry within us to do things our own way, even when it's imperfect or difficult to justify, and to allow ourselves a certain insouciance.


The Centre de céramique Bonsecours (CCB) is proud to present the collections of its 2024 graduates of the DEC Techniques métiers d'art - Céramique specialization.

In addition to offering the college program in collaboration with Cégep du Vieux Montréal, the CCB's mission is to promote research and creation in contemporary ceramics. Its gallery offers a diversified annual program of exhibitions, lectures and special events.

A look at what you will discover.

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