“I like to think that we all have our artistic language, or at least we try to find it. In my case every single sculpture I make is part of my own language that I’m developing. Each sculpture is like a word that helps to define it.”
After studying Architecture, Sculpture and Ceramics and having spent several years working in an architecture studio in Barcelona, Roger Coll established his first ceramic studio and workshop in Barcelona in 2009. In 2014 he moved to Vic where he now lives and works. He strives to make people appreciate ceramic objects and sculptures and believes that working in ceramics is a captivating form of art with the potential to unleash creativity.
Roger’s work has been exhibited internationally in solo and group shows since 2010 including New York, Berlin, Milan, Stockholm and London. His sculpture was published in the book ‘New Wave Clay: Ceramic Design, Art and Architecture’ (2018) by Tom Morris, a 296-page survey of 60 international ceramicists, examining ‘a new breed of ceramicist: not traditional artisans, but designers who choose clay as their means of creative expression.’