Fill Me Up presents a selection of porcelain vessels that sit waiting to meet the right viewer. The vessels, embellished with the tools of a cake decorator, are both dangerous and beautiful.
The forms in the show were slip casted from vessels purchased from a large floral wholesaler. They evoke Sevres pottery of Versailles and Marie Antoinette.
The act of creating these works required Chamberlin to fill up his molds everyday and then pour them out leaving the shell of a vase. The emptiness of these works leaves space for projection and desire. The unique qualities of each vase allows them to be both hollow and personified individuals.