Zemer Peledís work examines the beauty and brutality of the natural world. Her sculptural language is formed by her surrounding landscapes and nature, engaging with themes of nature and memory, identity and place.
Her works are formed of ceramic shards, constructed into sculptures and installations. Using a slab roller Peled makes sheets of clay which are fired, and then smashed into pieces with a hammer, creating a contrast between soft and solid material. Her current body of work inspired by the Blue and White floral and landscape designs painted on Japanese Wares. Looking at the small painting then enlarging and turning them into life-size sculptures, she would the viewer to feel as if they are walking inside a blue and white porcelain plate.
Peledís series of contemporary sculptures are made out of thousands of porcelain shards, colored with blue cobalt, which are then restructured into anthropomorphic and zoomorphic sculptural forms.