Zsolt Simon, is a Hungarian ceramic artist. He describes his sculptures as movement studies without real forms. His goal is not to catch the forms but the process of forming. He creates the sculptures in his own advanced version of slip casting – traditionally a potter’s technique where liquid clay, or slip, is poured into a plaster mold. But Simon intentionally lets the slip leak between the cavities of the mold, forming intricate effects between the inside and outside of his sculptures. Simon's works had been exhibited internationally, and won numerous awards, including at the prestigious International Ceramic Biennale of Korea.