|Born in Dornbirn
|Apprenticeship in ceramic arts, work in various studios
|Study trip to Japan
|Bavarian State Award
|New studio in Dornbirn
Thomas Bohle compares working with clay to an erotic process. While creating his double-walled vessels at the wheel, the malleable material changes continually, reacting to the slightest of his movements and thus mirroring his mental state, he explains and says: “Even touching the surface after the firing process is like succumbing to a temptation. It’s an incessant allure.” According to Bohle, the appeal of working with ceramic materials is also due to the fact that he never knows what he’ll get in the end.