Tami Izko is a ceramist and sculptor. After studying film-making in Buenos Aires and journalism in Madrid, she was introduced to the world of pottery in 2017 while living in Lisbon, where she learnt the practice from local artisans. In 2018 she collaborated with photographer Federico Clavarino on the project Eel Soup, in which sculptures and images negotiate in a dialogue revolving around intimacy and coexistence. Her work has been exhibited internationally and her most recent projects focus on connections between memory, trauma and resilience (Wounds, 2020) and on the mechanisms behind magical thinking and binary systems (Bezoar, 2021). In 2022 she was commissioned an open-air sculptural work by Fondazione La Raia in Italy.