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Conferenza – « Intorno al Gioiello » – MAXXI Museo, Roma (IT) – lundi 13 juin 2011

Classé dans : Conference / Lecture,Italie (IT),MUSEE — bijoucontemporain @ 15:33

 Conferenza – « Intorno al Gioiello »
lundi 13 juin – 10h-13h

Conferenza -

Apertura della conferenza:
Giuliano Ansuini – Presidente ARRO
Relatori della conferenza:
Paolo Paolillo, Massimo Biondi, Alba Cappellieri, Bianca Cappello, Amanda Triossi, Nicola Carrino, Loredana Di Luccchio, Claudio Franchi.
Modera la conferenza:
Francesco Verderami – Giornalista Corriere della Sera.

« Il mondo dell’ornamento vive una stagione ricca di proposte: prodotti industriali e artigianali ad elevato valore manuale e progettuale, brand di media e alta gamma, ornamento ad alto contenuto di ricerca, sperimentazioni con materiali eterogenei, bijoux dalla varietà multiforme, proposte di design d’avanguardia.
A tutto ciò corrisponde un’altrettanto frammentata risposta del pubblico che sta cambiando pelle e che si sta inoltrando lungo i sentieri dell’economia delle esperienze (Fabris), mentre il marketing è ancora legato a logiche di manipolazione che stanno divenendo rapidamente obsolete.
In una conferenza a otto voci – otto punti di vista che aprono una nuova dimensione della cultura del gioiello – si avvia la lettura delle attuali esperienze nella strategia dell’orna-mento, dalla dimensione psicologica del gioiello come bisogno della mente sino alla visione storico-critica, passando per la rappresentazione dell’attuale mercato che spazia dai linguaggi classici a quelli di segno contemporaneo.
Visioni forse diverse ma complementari che, nelle specifiche professionalità dei relatori, si pongono il compito di fornire una visione d’insieme nell’economia degl’importanti muta-menti che il nostro tempo registra nel settore del gioiello.
Questo primo appuntamento si propone come importante spunto di riflessione e stimolo per studiare i comportamenti e i bisogni di un pubblico che nonostante la crisi non rinuncia all’ornamento. »

 

 

 

MAXXI – MUSEO NAZIONALE DELLE ARTI DEL XXI SECOLO
Via Guido Reni 4a, Sala Auditorium
Rome, Italy

 

ECA 2011 Degree Show – Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh (UK) – 11-19 Juin 2011

 The philosophy of the Jewellery and Silversmithing department is balancing innovation with old and new approaches to traditional craft techniques. Our objective is to design and create personal and individual work that integrates ‘thought’ and ‘practice’ sharing a common sensitivity to the complex relationships that humans form for objects.
Studio work can be made with a wide range of materials, from precious or semi-precious metals and gemstones, to plastics, wood, paper, stone and textile. These materials are bound together through thoughtful and intense periods of studio-based practice underpinned by an ethos of experimentation, innovation and passion.
We support a reflective understanding of the subject within the contexts of contemporary society and its wider industry – to this end the department embraces working with new technology alongside traditional time-honoured techniques and processes.
Jewellery and Silversmithing at Edinburgh College of Art is managed by a dedicated team of staff, both full- and part-time, who are active in their own professional practice and all of whom have a high profile both nationally and internationally.

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 Mariko Sumioka Bamboo brooch (graduating BA Jewellery). Photo by Agnieszka Tarnowska

 Highlights of the Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show 2011 include:
Jewellery Japanese designer Mariko Sumioka takes her inspiration from elements of traditional Japanese architecture such as linear forms, geometric shapes and natural materials’ colours and texture. Her materials are solid, but the structure of her jewellery is very flexible in order to follow a body line naturally. Mariko has also collaborated with Costume graduate Ilona Russell.

 

Undergraduate Jewellery & Silversmithing :

Kirsty Fraser
Linda Johnston
Carolyn Kinnaird
Julie Lockhart
Rhona McCallum
Emma Mcfarline
Emma Reid
Morag Sumerling
Mariko Sumioka
Hazel Thorn

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Carolyn Kinnaird – ‘Secondary brooches’

Postgraduate Jewellery & Silversmithing:

Alice Bo-Wen Chang

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Alice Bo-Wen Chang ‘Luminous windows’

 

 

Edinburgh College of Art (ECA)
Lauriston Place
EH3 6ST – Edinburgh
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 (0)131 221 6215
website: www.eca.ac.uk
mail: enquiries@eca.ac.uk

Savoir passer l’EPONGE …………

 

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Christian Astuguevieille – Bracelet éponge bleue (La Piscine, Roubaix – don de l’artiste en 1995)

stefano poletti bleus
Stefano PolettiCollier en éponge naturelle teintée et perle recouverte de feuille d’or monté sur fil d’or -  Boucles d’oreille en bronze peint et perle recouverte de feuille d’or

Savoir passer l'EPONGE ............ dans Christian ASTUGUEVIEILLE (FR) sponge%20jewelleries_7_jpg.jpg.opt487x487o0,0s487x487sponge%20jewelleries_4_jpg.jpg.opt489x489o0,0s489x489 dans COUP DE COEUR
Mey and Boaz Kahn (IL) -  Sponge jewelries

« This series was made in Berlin, in an old silversmith workshop. We manufactured there all of the metal parts and added the natural sponge. We were inspired by the animal world, especially while thinking of the horns as an accessories. In the process, we were looking for the suitable material that like the horn and the beard, has a strong impression,  that is growing slowly and impulsive and that has an organic nature. After long searching we found the natural sponge as the right material. » (http://www.studiokahn.com/sponge-j.php)

2303279716_537bb23f72_o dans IDAR OBERSTEIN/Hochschule TRIER (DE)
Liz STEINER  necklace (from 18kt blog)

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Javier Rubio Rodrigo (Valencia, ES) « Virus » necklace 2008. Silber, sponge, onyx

(exchange program at Idar-Oberstein – « I came to Idar-Oberstein, because I like to with stones and I think that german design is very good. Another reason for being here is, to find other ways to work and meet interesting people. The most important differences for me are: Total availability of useing all the facilities and tools of the school. The strong support of the professors and teachers. The good working environment and competition with other students. Presentations of students works at the end of each semester in front of everyone in the school. After my exchange I felt fmore free in the design and use of materials. I think it’s very positive to see the different ways that each student takes in his work and how these ways can be developed. »)

Virus._2008._Brooch_02 dans IDAR-OBERSTEIN (DE)
Javier Rubio Rodrigo « Virus » brooch. 2008. Silber, obsidian, sponge, steel

Virus._2008._Ring._02 dans Javier RUBIO RODRIGO (ES)
Javier Rubio Rodrigo« Virus » ring. 2008. Silber, sponge, onyx

http://mimi.pnca.edu/system/assets/42248/large/42248.jpg?1289864867
Sungho Cho (Florence, Italy), Lips for Kissing Enemy/Mouse Pieces, 2007, Sponge, plastic, sewn, glued,

 

EXPO ‘[Mebae- Red Sprout]‘ – e.g.etal Gallery, Melbourne, Australia – 13 Juin-2 juill. 2011

Classé dans : Australie (AU),Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Liisa HASHIMOTO (JP) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:04

[ Mebae- Red Sprout ]  – Liisa Hashimoto  &  Joungmee Do
I am going to exhibit at e.g.etal, a contemporary jewelry gallery in Melbourne, Australia.  Starting from June13th till July 2nd -

EXPO '[Mebae- Red Sprout]' - e.g.etal Gallery, Melbourne, Australia - 13 Juin-2 juill. 2011 dans Australie (AU) 259874_134901243255044_100002055069221_241469_2831451_n

 

183147_110654265679742_100002055069221_81757_7856434_n dans Exposition/Exhibition
Liisa Hashimoto – ring from the `moss’ series

 

 

e.g.etal

167 Flinders Lane,
Melbourne, Australia 3000
tel 03 9639 5111
http://www.egetal.com.au

 

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