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Wiring the first lamp in a new series, based on a pyramid form like an inverted lampshade with the drips of automatic gesture. “I’m coming to design through the backend; I’m not a trained electrician or a trained ceramic artist, though now I’ve been working with clay for some time. And I feel like that approach gives me a different relationship with clay. There are advantages, and there are some disadvantages -- explosions and all those things. But I don’t feel as much as the weight of history,” Ziperstein says. “I still get exuberant when I make something I like.”