Cadi Froehlich is an artist who makes artworks to live with. Each piece is a sculpture which gives the viewer confidence to interact with the form and materials of the object. Using clay, salvaged copper, cables and electrical components, her work investigates the hidden infrastructure of the interaction between the shared wisdoms, the support and the technology which sustain us. Her recent experience as a participant on The Great Pottery Throw Down is a working example of connecting with new people, places and practices as she navigates the dichotomy of working as an artist in a capitalist society. Awards include the Red Mansion Prize, promoting artistic exchange between the UK and China; the Jerwood Drawing Prize and AxisMAStars. She is a member of the democratic artists’ collective The London Group.