Deok Ho Kim creates white porcelain bowls based on precise forms, symmetries, and geometries. His work builds upon the long history of Korean pottery, modernizing millennia-old techniques and styles. He produces vessels in sets—including items of the same shape in differing sizes—the proportions of which maintain the same height, width, and depth ratios, no matter how large or small, an impressive feat given Kim’s use of a pottery wheel to mold his clay. His sculpted lids also fit the vessels flawlessly. Recalling gemstones, Kim’s works of glazed porcelain are captivating, and, due to the elimination of any sign of the artist’s hand, almost supernatural in appearance.