Ceramic production occurs with various production methods in the historical process. It is seen that ceramic production methods developed in this process are used to produce more products. When the historical process of shaping with mold, which is one of the industrial production methods, is examined, it is seen that it has a history as old as shaping by hand and turning. The products that are produced with the use of molds that arise in line with the needs, appear as serially produced products where functionality is prioritized in order to meet the needs. The production methods used in order to respond to the increasing production demands with the developing technologies in today's ceramic industry are also constantly improving. The ceramic industry aims to facilitate simple and clear production and increase mass production with this developing technology and production methods. Ceramic art has always been in a close relationship with the industrial field and has been used in artistic ceramics production by closely following the developing technology. Today, many ceramic artists have preferred industrial production methods in their artistic production process by molding and mold production. These methods not only provide convenience for the artist in terms of time and production, but also contribute as an artistic discourse and tool. The aim of the research is to examine the industrial ceramic molding and production methods and to examine the art works produced with these production methods in the context of the industrial art relationship.
Keywords: Ceramic art, industrial ceramic, ceramic production methods, mold production