To define art, we must first point out the boundaries of the logic behind it. If there is value to art, then that means that if it has no value, then it is not art. Value comes from intention, the intent to acquire. This would imply that if it has no intention, then is it not art.
We will be talking about the duty that we, humans, have given pottery. For what reason did we create these forms and what is the relationship that it has between other worldly things?
With roots in Japanese culture, the art of Wabi Sabi is one that focuses on the imperfections of certain forms and creations. The emphasis on these creations is one of natural imperfection, resulting in a blur of the genres of artificial and natural.