Hideo Mabuchi (b. 1971) works mainly in his home studio in Menlo Park but also makes use of facilities at Stanford University, where he is employed as a Professor of Applied Physics; at the Cobb Mountain Art & Ecology Center; and at Utah State University in Logan, UT, where he has a number of ongoing collaborative projects.  His background as a scientist makes him interested in the microscopic transformations that occur when clay is fired in atmospheric kilns, and in ideas arising from the interplay of art, craft and science.

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