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Next Jeneration / Jewellery Talent Contest 2014 – DEADLINE 28 Febr. 2014

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Next Jeneration / Jewellery Talent Contest 2014

DEADLINE 28 Febr. 2014

Next Jeneration / Jewellery Talent Contest 2014 -3nd edition

Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A., with the scientific advice of the School of Design of the Politecnico di Milano, publishes an International Contest dedicated to ideas of young talents under 30.

Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A. believes in young people and the Contest is an essential scouting tool to identify and promote new talents in the international gold scenario. The theme of the 2014 Contest is the Design of a Sentimental Jewel, understood as a jewel to celebrate the most important moments of human life and feelings, from love to mourning, from memory to loss. The inspirations for the Sentimental Jewellery may relate to materials, shapes, processings, symbols, traditions and customs of the past or of the present, capable to transfer to the jewel sentimental and commemorative values.

The deadline for submitting the Designs is 28 February 2014.

The Award Ceremony will take place in May 2014 at VICENZAORO Spring

 

CONCOURS-  Next Jeneration / Jewellery Talent Contest 2014 - terza edizione  Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A., con la consulenza scientifica della School of Design del Politecnico di Milano, ..... DEADLINE 28 Febr. 2014
 
Participation is open to all Italian and foreign designers who, by 30 January 2014 are not older than 30 years (date of birth within 30 January 1984).
The documents required must be delivered by hand or sent by mail or courier no later than 12.00 pm of 28 February 2014 to:
Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A.
Via dell’Oreficeria, 16
36100 Vicenza, Italy
Attn. Carolina Lotto
Events Manager
carolina.lotto@vicenzafiera.it
 
JURY : Gijs Bakker Designer and Founder of Droog Design and “Chi ha paura…?” – Luisa Bocchietto Designer and President of the ADI – Associazione per il Disegno Industriale – Alba Cappellieri  Professor of Jewellery Design, Politecnico Univeristy of Milan – Marco Romanelli  Designer – Augusto Ungarelli
President of Club degli Orafi Italia -

EXPO ‘Intorno al futuro: 3Dprinting per il gioiello’ – VicenzaOro, Vicenza (IT) – 18-23 Janv. 2014

« INTORNO AL FUTURO: 3DPRINTING PER IL GIOIELLO »

“Intorno al futuro: 3D printing per il gioiello”
VICENZAORO Winter Galleria G-C 18-23 Gennaio 2014 curata da Alba Cappellieri e organizzata da Fiera di Vicenza

"INTORNO AL FUTURO: 3DPRINTING PER IL GIOIELLO" — La Mostra “Intorno al futuro: 3Dprinting per il gioiello” nasce da un’ampia ricerca svolta dal Politecnico di Milano per Fiera di Vicenza sui nuovi materiali e sulle nuove tecnologie per il gioiello

La Mostra “Intorno al futuro: 3Dprinting per il gioiello” nasce da un’ampia ricerca svolta dal Politecnico di Milano per Fiera di Vicenza sui nuovi materiali e sulle nuove tecnologie per il gioiello i cui esiti sono raccolti in un volume che accompagna l’esposizione. La frontiera del 3d printing muterà drasticamente il futuro del gioiello, influendo tanto sul processo progettuale del designer quanto su quello produttivo dell’azienda con una significativa ottimizzazione dei costi e dei tempi, permettendo personalizzazioni e varianti altrimenti molto lunghe e costose.
Curata da Alba Cappellieri, Professore di Design del Gioiello al Politecnico di Milano, la Mostra presenta i lavori di 32 designer internazionali provenienti, oltre che dall’Italia, da Stati Uniti, Israele, Taiwan, Olanda, Inghilterra, Giappone, che hanno applicato le più avanzate tecnologie della stampa 3d ai propri progetti di gioielli.
La stampa tridimensionale rende economico creare singoli oggetti tanto quanto crearne migliaia e per questo ben si adatta alle esigenze delle aziende e a quelle dei progettisti. Ne sono un esempio le opere presenti in mostra che includono stampanti home con produzioni sofisticate quali la stereolitografia della vicentina DWS Systems o la sinterizzazione della padovana 3Dfast ma, soprattutto, evidenziano la libertà creativa di forme altrimenti impossibili da realizzare con le tecniche orafe tradizionali.

 

I Designer presenti in Mostra: AmniosyA — Laura Alvarado — Alessia Ansaldi — bijouets — Gijs BakkerDana Bloom — Valentina Bruzzi — Els Cuvelier — Patrick Durgin-Bruce — Orlando Fernandez Flores + Lucia De Conti –  Odoardo Fioravanti — Michela Fornasari Manuela GandiniFrancesca Gabrielli — Gumdesign — Alia Hasan — Gina Hsu — Sha Hwang + Rachel Binx – Li&An — Stefania Lucchetta — Valeria Masconale — Vivian Meller –  Michela Nosè — Ted NotenTomek Ogrodowski — Caterina Passaro — Mi-Ah Rödiger — Jessica Rosenkrantz + Jesse Louis Rosenberg — Scilla Stuart — Anthony TammaroRossella Tornquist — Natsusko Toyfuku — Viola Chiara Vecchi + Flora Gaetani –  Marteen Verstaag — Daniel Widrig

 

Stefania Lucchetta_5Stefania Lucchetta

Gina Hsu - hear ringGina Hsu – Ring Hear – 3D printing, Chinese lacquer –  » A ring with a large audience. It says, as it were: While putting my hand close to my cheek I hear the surrounding voices, saying « I love you ».

A Range Of 3D-Printed Jewelry Inspired By The Movement Of Fluids | by  AmniosyaAmniosya - 3D-Printed Jewelry Inspired By The Movement Of Fluids | by  Amniosya (Italy)
Nervous System 3D jewelryNervous System 3D jewelry

 

Vicenza Oro – winter – 18-23 Janv. 2014

Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A

Via dell’Oreficeria, 16
36100 Vicenza
Tel. 0444-969.111
Fax. 0444-969.000
P.I. 00515900249
info@vicenzafiera.it

EXPO ‘My Body is a chaotic Forest’ – Beyond Fashion gallery, Antwerp (Belgium) – 31 janv.-8 Mars 2014

ARNAUD SPRIMONT  ‘My Body is a chaotic Forest’

ARNAUD SPRIMONT

My Body is a chaotic forest
« As the point of departure to understanding these jewellery pieces of Arnaud Sprimont, I would like to use an idea from French philosopher Blaise Pascal (1) as a reference: what is my place in the infinite, what is my place in nature?
 Adopting the interrogative form as an approach to A.S.’s work is key and an integral part of what he does. His work is much like an open exercise, constantly questioning, evolving and morphing, never at rest.
A.S.’s work is rooted is his view of man. As the title of the “My body is a chaotic forest” exhibition makes unambiguously clear, he opens up his private life ; the intimacy of his body, the privacy of his relationship with nature, and beyond nature, his vision of human nature.
At the outset, there is observation. Observation which is not confined to what the human eye can see. Using modern techniques, ranging from nano-scale imagery to satellite views, A. S. challenges the boundaries of his body and his perception of the world around him. The study of pseudomorphosisms is echoed in the perception of his own experiences. Reflecting and blending scales back and forth, the infinitely large finds meaning in the infinitely small, where an abyss of possibilities opens itself up to him.
Setting out from these studies, he then embarks on constructing a narrative. It is not about lending meaning to this infinite, but to talk about the tensions and romances felt, to highlight relations thought unlikely. In confronting the scales, A. S. composes his own history, seeks his path, gladly losing himself in the illusions there to behold. For, as he states himself, it is not about arriving at a set destination but rather about roaming along a vast path:  “the work that goes into these pieces and forms is much like a very long walk in nature, where I am ultimately swallowed whole by the earth and I am at one with the rock. My lungs are like the moss around the trees and my arms can embrace the mountains, like the branches of a giant tree, while my spirit flies off like an owl into the night above the hills”.
By choosing to position oneself – both physically and mentally – on the edge of this infinite chasm, and as suggested by the title of the exhibition, in the face of chaos, one might think that the artists puts himself into an uncomfortable and harrowing situation. This is not the case. The road A. S. is walking is a serene path; the compositions he creates – much as they have a crude and elementary aspect – in the same way as seen in the sights of nature – are solid and compact. The use of two unique and opposite colours in the creation of the various pieces of this work, act to illustrate the artist’s acceptance to simultaneously skirt the depths of the dark night – synonymous with secrecy – and those of white light – which refers to knowledge.
Even when finding himself faced with difficult to fathom secrets, he remains undaunted by this immensity. A. S. is pursuing his path in nature, in his nature, and through his creations narrates the geology of his own body, finding its place in a matter in constant transformation. »  Marie-Luce Martin, January 2014
(1) Blaise Pascal, “Les Pensées: les deux infinis”

Arnaud Sprimont, Brooch, 2013 - Brooch: My Body is a Chaotic Forest, Nr 016, 2013 Jesmonite, pigment, neodymium, magnetArnaud Sprimont, Brooch, 2013 – Brooch: My Body is a Chaotic Forest, Nr 016, 2013 Jesmonite, pigment, neodymium, magnet
Arnaud Sprimont, Brooch, 2013Arnaud Sprimont - Brooch: My Body is a Chaotic Forest, Nr 020, 2013Jesmonite, pigment, neodymium, magnet- 6.5 x 3.5 x 2.5 cm
Arnaud Sprimont, Brooch, 2013Arnaud Sprimont - Brooch: My Body is a Chaotic Forest, Nr 154, 2013- Jesmonite, pigment, neodymium, magnet – 6 x 5 x 2.5 cm 

Arnaud Sprimont, Brooch, 2013Brooch: My Body is a Chaotic Forest, Nr 134, 2013 Jesmonite, pigment, neodymium, magnetArnaud Sprimont – Brooch: My Body is a Chaotic Forest, Nr 134, 2013Jesmonite, pigment, neodymium, magnet – 6 x 4.5 x 3 cm

 

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Belgium
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mail: beyondfashion@antwerpen.be

 

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