Migration, which has been going on for different reasons throughout historical ages, continues today at a universal level. The uncertain paths taken in the hope of experiencing more prosperity due to social, cultural and economic conditions have various social consequences. These journeys and migration movements that travel beyond borders, towards the unknown, shape the lives of both individuals and societies. It can be said that some traumatic situations experienced during the migration process can be effectively expressed through art, which is a universal communication tool today. In addition, it has been determined that migration, which is the subject of the works of artists in various disciplines, has gained a strong expression by using the physical properties of the ceramic material. The universal aspect of contemporary ceramic art is to lay the foundation for the interpretation of different artists from various cultures. In this study, it is aimed to investigate the effects of migration, which has been going on for thousands of years, on ceramic art. This issue, which is handled in a universal dimension, is exemplified by the migration-themed works of Eva Funderburgh, an international ceramic artist. It is seen that the artist uses a method of expression in the form of the expression of imagination as well as different emotional transitions in his works. It is predicted that this method will shed light on researchers working in different disciplines on migration. Eva Funderburgh discussed the concept of art in the study, which will bring an innovative dimension to researchers' approach to immigration. Eva Funderburgh discussed the concept of art in the study will provide an innovative approach to migration issues dimension to the researchers.
Keywords: Ceramic, universal art, art, migration, movement