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08/12/2014

EXPO ‘Between Art and Nature, Jewellery & Ceramics by Daniel Kruger’ – GRASSI Museum, Leipzig (DE) – 11 Dec. 2014 – 8 Mars 2015

Between Art and Nature, Jewellery and Ceramics by Daniel Kruger

 opening of the exhibition on 10th December at 7pm.

Between Art and Nature, Jewellery and Ceramics by Daniel Kruger Exhibition  /  11 Dec 2014

Grassi Museum Leipzig presents the inaugural retrospective of Daniel Kruger’s nearly forty year’s of making.  This touring exhibition displays over 200 pieces of jewelry and 60 ceramic works providing an overview of the Kruger’s distinguished artistic career. The publication “Daniel Kruger: Between Nature and Artifice, Jewellery 1974 – 2014” accompanies the exhibition that is already set to be shown in other museums such as Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim, Deutsches Goldschmiedehaus and Stedelijk Museum ‘s-Hertogenbosch.

Daniel Kruger Necklace: Untitled, 1986 Rose stem segments cast in silver, glass, gold, red rubber L: 45 cm Photo by: H. Zwietasch P. Frankenstein Part of: Landesmuseum Württemberg, StuttgartDaniel Kruger Necklace: Untitled, 1986 Rose stem segments cast in silver, glass, gold, red rubber L: 45 cm Photo by: H. Zwietasch P. Frankenstein Part of: Landesmuseum Württemberg, Stuttgart

Daniel Kruger Necklace: Untitled, 2003 Silver, ostrich egg shell, pearls, silk 9 x 4 x 3 cm. L: 47 cm Photo by: Udo W. Beier Part of: Collection Centre national des arts plastiquesDaniel Kruger Necklace: Untitled, 2003 Silver, ostrich egg shell, pearls, silk 9 x 4 x 3 cm. L: 47 cm Photo by: Udo W. Beier Part of: Collection Centre national des arts plastiques

Daniel Kruger Necklace: Meteorites (Achondrites. N 26° 59“ 720E 016° 26“ 810. 17th January 2000), 2012 Meteorites, gold 18 x 6 x 6 cm. L: 54 cm Photo by: Udo W. Beier Part of: D.K. CollectionDaniel Kruger Necklace: Meteorites (Achondrites. N 26° 59“ 720E 016° 26“ 810. 17th January 2000), 2012 Meteorites, gold 18 x 6 x 6 cm. L: 54 cm Photo by: Udo W. Beier Part of: D.K. Collection

Daniel Kruger Necklace: Untitled, 2009 Enamel on copper, silver Photo by Udo w. Beier.Daniel Kruger Necklace: Untitled, 2009 Enamel on copper, silver Photo by Udo w. Beier.

 

GRASSI Museum für Angewandte Kunst
Johannisplatz 5-11
04103 -  Leipzig GERMANY
grassimuseum@leipzig.de

07/12/2014

EXPO ‘Jee Hye Kwon: Spotlight’ – Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge (USA) – 6-30 Dec. 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Mobilia (US),Jee Hye KWON (S.KR),USA — bijoucontemporain @ 15:45
Jee Hye Kwon: Spotlight Exhibition PLEASE JOIN US TO MEET THE ARTIST & CELEBRATE JEE HYE KWON’S WORK SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Jee Hye Kwon

Inspired by architectural forms and topographical shapes in nature, I aspire to create works which combine the renderings of an architect with the delicate skills of a master jeweler. Employing multiple gages of gold and silver wire in varied tones, my works are distinguished by their « see-through-spaces. » Fluidly interlinked organic forms suggest dynamic movement, especially accentuated by the white and black of silver and shakudo. Essential to my conception is creating a structure, with a sense of volume and lightness that invokes a feeling of infinite space. Jee Hye Kwon’s work is presented at Mobilia Gallery as a part of the series Spotlight Exhibitions that  feature a small collection of an artist’s most current work for a short period of time.

Jee Hye Kwon - Brooch Oxidized silver, tourmaline 3" x 4 1/2" X 3/4" Jee Hye Kwon – Brooch Oxidized silver, tourmaline 3″ x 4 1/2 » x 3/4″

Jee Hye Kwon - Necklace Oxidized silver, 14K gold solder, diamonds 8" x 8" x 1.5" Jee Hye Kwon – Necklace Oxidized silver, 14K gold solder, diamonds 8″ x 8″ x 1.5″

Jee Hye Kwon - Necklace Oxidized silver, diamonds 10.5" x 11" x 3" Jee Hye Kwon – Necklace Oxidized silver, diamonds 10.5″ x 11″ x 3″

Jee Hye Kwon Rings -   Jee Hye Kwon Rings

 

Mobilia Gallery
358 Huron Avenue
MA 02138 -  Cambridge  – UNITED STATES
mobiliaart@verizon.net

EXPO ‘Rachelle Thiewes: Spotlight’ – Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge (USA) – 15 Nov.-30 Dec. 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Mobilia (US),Rachelle THIEWES (US),USA — bijoucontemporain @ 15:16

Rachelle Thiewes: Spotlight Exhibition

PLEASE JOIN US TO MEET THE ARTIST & CELEBRATE RACHELLE THIEWES’ WORK
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

 

Rachelle Thiewes

Rachelle Thiewes’s work is presented at Mobilia Gallery as a part of the series Spotlight Exhibitions that  feature a small collection of an artist’s most current work for a short period of time.

« The Chihuahuan desert of west Texas, where I live, has played a pivotal role in shaping the way I approach my jewelry. The barren mountains with the desert pushed up to their edges are bold, dramatic, aggressive and seductive, providing a continual source of inspiration and study. The luminous energy of light that bathes the desert can swiftly transform from sharp and shrieking to subtle and sensual, all within a day’s time. Capturing the refraction and dispersal of light with my jewelry through the orchestration of body motion has held my fascination for decades and continues to challenge and inform my ideas of light. » – Rachelle Thiewes

 Rachelle Thiewes - Slipstream Brooch #439 Steel, silver, automotive paint 3 1/4" x 2 3/4" x 3/4"Rachelle Thiewes – Slipstream Brooch #439 Steel, silver, automotive paint 3 1/4″ x 2 3/4″ x 3/4″

Rachelle Thiewes - Slipstream Brooch #441 Steel, silver, automotive paint 3 1/2" x 3 3/4" 1 1/4"Rachelle Thiewes – Slipstream Brooch #441 Steel, silver, automotive paint 3 1/2″ x 3 3/4″ 1 1/4″

 

Rachelle Thiewes - Heat Earrings #380 Steel, silver, 18K white gold posts, automotive paint 3" x 3" x 1 3/4"Rachelle Thiewes - Heat Earrings #380 Steel, silver, 18K white gold posts, automotive paint 3″ x 3″ x 1 3/4″ 

 

Mobilia Gallery
358 Huron Avenue
MA 02138 -  Cambridge  – UNITED STATES
mobiliaart@verizon.net

 

EXPO ‘Georg Dobler / Thanh-Truc Nguyen’ – Galerie Ra, Amsterdam (NL) – 15 Nov.-31 Dec. 2014

Over the coming period Galerie Ra will be presenting new jewellery by Georg Dobler, and his former student at the Hochschule Hildesheim, Thanh-Truc Nguyen.

 Georg Dobler Brooch: Untitled, 2014 Oxidized silver, gemstonesGeorg Dobler Brooch: Untitled, 2014 Oxidized silver, gemstones

Georg Dobler, brooch, 2014, silver/plasticGeorg Dobler, brooch, 2014, silver/plastic

Thanh-Truc Nguyen, brooch, 2014, steel/silverThanh-Truc Nguyen, brooch, 2014, steel/silver

Thanh-Truc Nguyen, broche, 2014, steel/silverThanh-Truc Nguyen, broche, 2014, steel/silver

 

 

Galerie Ra
Nes 120
1012 KE -  Amsterdam
NETHERLANDS
+31 20 6265100
mail@galerie-ra.nl

Coup de coeur : Julia Maria Künnap – une beauté qui COULE de source …

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Estonie (EE),Julia Maria KUNNAP (EE),pierre / stone — bijoucontemporain @ 0:07

MELTING beauty ………………

Julia Maria Künnap graduated in 2004 from the Estonian Academy of Arts, Jewellery Art Department under Prof Kadri Mälk. Before this she studied at Konstfack, Stockholm and in 2006 was the Artist in Residence at Alchimia School of Contemporary Jewellery in Florence. She has exhibited in various group exhibitions throughout Europe and in 2013 presented her first solo exhibition in the Emerging Artist Platform at Sienna Patti.

Julia Maria Künnap, Is This The Happiness, 2012, brooch, smokey quartz, gold, 35 x 35 x 20 mm, photo: artistJulia Maria Künnap, Is This The Happiness, 2012, brooch, smokey quartz, gold, 35 x 35 x 20 mm, photo: artist

“..I usually don’t regard the equipment used for accomplishing my works as important enough to talk about separately, but questions that have arisen in connection with those fusible stones show that an explanation is needed. A dealer from Munich was convinced that I’m approaching the issue in a post-modernist fashion: I purchase a cut stone and melt it down by the corners – “the melting point of quartz is said to be quite low!” That is, for better or worse, impossible. There are no hat tricks, bamboozling or conjuring in making my work. All of the stones are cut from one piece of raw material without any glue or resin.
Working with this material in this way was as if I was stepping across some invisible doorstep. I had been told, stone cutting is an “entire science in itself” that demands “extremely great skills and experience”, as well as “very expensive equipment”. Additionally, I had a certain awe for a rare natural material such as large gemstone crystals – I didn’t want to grind them aimlessly into dust. Luckily, my art-academy education encouraged me: I nonetheless started searching for solutions to execute my idea, not for accommodating it or pouring it into a more simply- and quickly-workable material.
I derive from classic cuts when constructing my own, but I redo them according to my own style. I’ve used a step cut in the case of many stones: it is an older type of cut, which gives the stone a calmer and more static reflection, and it doesn’t shine in such a crazy way. The “Nobody’s Perfect” ametrine is cut using Standard Round Brilliant in principle, but I made it 9-fold instead of the usual 8-fold mirror-image symmetry – while something akin to a notched 8-pointed cross makes up (below) half of a standard brilliant pavilion, this stone’s design has nine branches.
My faceting workshop is located in my kitchen sink. The machine, with which I cut these stones fits onto an A4-size sheet of paper and costs less than the average Estonian’s holiday trip to a warm, sunny destination. I’ve gradually rebuilt and improved the machine according to my needs: for a faceted cut, it has a faceting head, with which I can hold the stone at the correct angle. For the most part, I cut the facet part first, and then cover the entire polished area with sealing wax for safety and carve end polish the flowing forms.
It’s quite pointless to talk about the amount of time spent working the stones. Raw crystal can be observed for a week or two, a couple of years, or a dozen before cutting. After the work is complete, there is always the feeling that it could have been done better; but I suppose that is merely the blink of an eye in comparison with the age of the stone itself.”

 Julia Maria Künnap, Molten, brooch, 2010, Smokey Quartz, gold, 3 x 3.5 x 2.5 cm, private collection in ItalyJulia Maria Künnap, Molten, brooch, 2010, Smokey Quartz, gold, 3 x 3.5 x 2.5 cm, private collection in Italy

I am inspired by imperfection. It is a strong source of motivation. If I see a perfect thing—an artwork, a poem—I just breathe in and breathe out. It just comes and then goes. But if I see something that irritates me, I start analyzing. Why am I irritated? Why isn’t it perfect? Where is the ‘mistake’ made? Usually, once I have deconstructed the whole piece in my mind, I already have so many good ideas. In the end, these ideas don’t have much to do with the source of inspiration. (Sienna Patti)

Julia Maria Kunnap, Regret, brooch– obsidian, gold – at Art gallery Putti "Endless closeness" exhibitionJulia Maria Kunnap, « Regret » brooch– obsidian, gold at Art gallery Putti « Endless closeness » exhibition

read her INTERVIEW on AJF by Aaron Decker (dec. 2012) :
« Can you comment on the juxtaposition of the facets with the parts that appear melted or in liquid form?
Julia Maria Künnap: There is a large contrast in many ways. The stones cannot melt like this. The drop could not freeze like this. Even if you could melt quartz, it would be so wrong. Gems just don’t melt. Glass does. It is trying to capture a moment in something so eternal as stone. »

Julia Maria Künnap - A Half At Every Angle, (brooch), 2014. Rock crystal, gold, 2 1/2 x 1 3/4 x 3/4Julia Maria Künnap – « A Half At Every Angle » brooch, 2014. Rock crystal, gold, 7.6 × 3.1 × 1.3 cm

JULIA MARIA KÜNNAP-EE,  brooch "From the Middle of a Dream", 2010, obsidian, gold, 50 x 20 x 10 mmJulia Maria Künnap - brooch « From the Middle of a Dream », 2010, obsidian, gold, 50 x 20 x 10 mm

Julia Maria Künnap -  it-starts-rai-ning earringsJulia Maria Künnap -  it-starts-rai-ning earrings

Julia Maria Künnap -   "Nubis" brooch 2011Julia Maria Künnap – « Nubis » brooch 2011 – obsidian, gold, 6.5 x 5 x 1 cm, photo: Ulvi Tiit, Collection of Estonian Museum of Applied Arts and Design, Tallinn, Estonia

 

06/12/2014

EXPO ‘CONTAINERS in context’ – Beyond Fashion, Anvers (BE) – 4 Déc.2014 – 24 Janv.2015

Classé dans : Anneleen SWILLEN (BE),Belgique (BE),Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Beyond (BE) — bijoucontemporain @ 20:35

‘CONTAINERS in context’ – Anneleen Swillen

Beyond Fashion‎Solo Expo / CONTAINERS IN CONTEXT by Anneleen Swillen (BE)

Anneleen Swillen is inspired by the way daily goods are consumed and (re)presented. The jewellery pieces from ‘CONTAINERS in context’ are inspired by the interesting but unnoticed design from disposable packaging. Challenged by this ambivalence, between waste and its aesthetic potential, her designs and materials play with the notion of precious and worthless. The use of contrasts and metaphors is a recurrent feature in realizing her concepts. The origin from the ‘in context’ collection will be less clear; the playful designs dispose of a more autonomous shape.
During the making process Anneleen explores the possibilities of a material or product. Thereby she drops their original function and exchanges it for her own personal application. By doing so she gives a new point of view about our relationship with material goods. Through production and reproduction she investigates the industrially manufactured and its potential applications in craft. The repetitive making process, which refers to the mechanized production of goods, offers the opportunity to produce series of work as well as to make unique pieces.
www.expo-beyondfashion.com
www.beyondfashion.be

 CONTAINERS IN CONTEXT by Anneleen Swillen (BE)

Anneleen SwillenAnneleen Swillen - TWICE AS MUCH CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS – Unique edition – / Pendant - Resin, plaster, nylon, rubber

ANNELEEN SWILLEN (BE) - DESIGNER'S TOOL - unique edition - pendant - resin, plaster,cotton, rubber  - 10 gr - 150 x 15 x 400 mmAnneleen Swillen – Designer’s tool – unique edition – pendant – resin, plaster,cotton, rubber  – 10 gr – 150 x 15 x 400mm

Anneleen Swillen - BLUE MANGO - Unique piece  / Pendant - Resin, plaster, nylon, rubber    80 gr  -  160x65x30 mmAnneleen Swillen - BLUE MANGO – Unique piece  / Pendant – Resin, plaster, nylon, rubber    80 gr  -  160x65x30 mm

Anneleen Swillen - THE SKY AND THE SEA TO BALANCE - unlimited edition - pendant - resin, plaster,nylon, rubber  - 20 gr - 110 x 5 x 400 mmAnneleen Swillen - THE SKY AND THE SEA TO BALANCE – unlimited edition – pendant – resin, plaster,nylon, rubber  – 20 gr – 110 x 5 x 400 mm

 

Beyond Fashion
Pourbusstraat 7,
2000 Anvers – Belgium
tel +32 3 237 85 45

 

 

DECOUVERTE : Karen Elizabeth Donovan – titanium from the Highlands

Karen Elizabeth Donovan, Edinburgh College of Art, MA Distinction (june 2014), masterfully moves that hardest of metals titanium to create exquisite filigree-like necklaces bracelets and Highland Clan brooches gently tinted in blues, greens and golds. Scotland’s rich social history, its flora, and the materiality of titanium are her inspiration: “Plants define the character of a Nation or place. In Vermont, where I was born, we define ourselves by the Maple Tree. In Scotland we are often defined by the Thistle…..Titanium has a certain feel to it; a noise it makes when I brush my hand across it, and a smell it creates when I pierce, file and sand it. It is lightweight, strong, durable, and springy. It presents challenges to overcome and work around. It is sensual and it is home.

Karen Elizabeth Donovan - 2014 Chain No. 1, Titanium - masters degree workKaren Elizabeth Donovan – 2014 Chain No. 1, Titanium – masters degree work

Karen Elizabeth Donovan - 2014 Chain No. 1, Titanium - masters degree work - detailKaren Elizabeth Donovan – 2014 Chain No. 1, Titanium – masters degree work- detail

Karen Elizabeth Donovan - 2014 Lace, Titanium  - masters degree work Karen Elizabeth Donovan -  2014 Lace, Titanium  – masters degree work

Karen Elizabeth Donovan - 2014 Silver, Titanium and Sterling Silver - masters degree workKaren Elizabeth Donovan - 2014 Silver, Titanium and Sterling Silver – masters degree work

Karen Elizabeth Donovan - 2014 Overgrown, Titanium, Niobium and Silver - masters degree workKaren Elizabeth Donovan – 2014 « Overgrown », Titanium, Niobium and Silver – masters degree work

Karen Elizabeth Donovan - 2014 Highland Clan Badges: Murray, Titanium and SteelKaren Elizabeth Donovan – 2014 Highland Clan Badges: Murray, Titanium and Steel

Karen Elizabeth Donovan - 2014 - MacDonald clan badge shown with heather Karen Elizabeth Donovan -  MacDonald clan badge shown with heather  – How I envisioned them being used. With the concept of my Highland Clan Badges being used to identify the clan a person come from based on the plant they are wearing, these invite the wearer to pick their on sprig of Heather, Myrtle or Juniper!

05/12/2014

EXPO ‘Tamata’ – Gallery el.Marneri, Athens (GR) – 5 dec. 2014 – 5 Dec. 2015

Spells and incantations, amulets and fetishes, ex-votos and tamata – words, gestures, objects that tell of a need as old as the human race itself: to thwart evil and protect life, a need that is every bit as strong today as it was for our ancestors since time immemorial.

OPENING: Friday 5 December 2014, 18:00

Gal Eleni Marneri

 

El.Marneri Gallery invites artists to participate in building a collection of jewelry and art objects that revisits the age-old notion of the protective charm. One-of-a-kind or limited edition objects tap the ancient tradition of apotropaic symbols; they revise it, reinvent it, comment on it. The collection – that is to be permanent and exclusive to the Gallery – will constitute a work in progress that is to evolve through the addition of both participating artists and new acquisitions. The project is to be completed in a year’s time and will be launched at a special event held at the Gallery this coming Christmas.

 

Participating artists:

Sophia Zarari — Mari Aoyama — Tatiana Choremi — Katerina Anastasiou — Marigo Kassi — Lina Moisidou — ΠΟΤΝΙΑDesign — Stavroula Kaziale — Aliki n’ the Jaz rabbit — Maria Tsimpiskaki – Anna Theocharaki — Ioli Livada – Rallou Katsari — Anna Vlahos — Aliki Stroumpouli — Maro Vasiliadou — Xrysa Chatzikostantinidou — Kyriaki Panagi — Eyaggelia Dimitriou — Danai Gianelli — Paula Lakah — Voula Karampatzaki — Yiannis Siotis – Katerina Giannaka — Dimitris Korovesis.

DURATION: PERMANENT COLLECTION AT ELENI MARNERI GALERIE

Aliki  Stroumpouli - Aliki 'n' the Jaz rabbit - The exploding penis - against bad sexAliki  Stroumpouli / Aliki ‘n’ the Jaz rabbit - The exploding penis – against bad sex

Maria Tsimpiskaki - "interlaced necklace" 2013Maria Tsimpiskaki - « interlaced necklace » 2013

Eleni Marneri Creative Gallery

5 Lempesi str,
11742 Athènes
tel +30.210.8619488

COUP de COEUR : Lisa Higgins

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Gal. Fingers (NZ),Lisa HIGGINS (NZ),Nlle Zelande (NZ) — bijoucontemporain @ 2:37
Lisa Higgins graduated with Advanced Diploma (Jewellery) from Hungry Creek Art & Craft School (NZ) in 2012.
« Her work shows an interesting interaction between material and form, she has moved her practice forward having left the confines of school, to produce work that sits well with her ideas and intentions. » Shane Hartdegen
« Someone once told me that to repeat a process over and over and to expect a different outcome is, in itself, the definition of madness… I believe the opposite to be true.
Broken down to its tiniest detail every moment – thought/action and reaction will be different. So influenced, are we by environmental factors and the idiosyncrasies of the human condition, that we manage our existence, but never fully control it.
Continuing to explore form and the preservation of memory ‘Overexposed’ is the result of material led exploration which challenges expectations and control between material and maker, whilst repeated detailing draws the eye to the subtitles and inevitability of change. » Lisa Higgins, 2013

Lisa Higgins - 'Overexposed 2013' 1.  Necklace  - Rubber, copper, mixed mediaLisa Higgins – ‘Overexposed 2013′ 1.  Necklace  – Rubber, copper, mixed media

Lisa Higgins - Necklace - Rubber, glass, stainless steel, wax cordLisa Higgins – Necklace – Rubber, glass, stainless steel, wax cord

Lisa Higgins - Necklace - Rubber, copper, brass, stainless steel, mixed media, wax cordLisa Higgins – Necklace – Rubber, copper, brass, stainless steel, mixed media, wax cord

Lisa Higgins - brooch  - Rubber, mixed media, stainless steelLisa Higgins - brooch  – Rubber, mixed media, stainless steel

Lisa Higgins -  Brooch - Rubber, 925 silver, mixed media, stainless steelLisa Higgins -  Brooch – Rubber, 925 silver, mixed media, stainless steel

Lisa Higgins - Protection II, pendant, 2013 - Rubber, sterling silver, mixed media, waxed cordLisa Higgins – Protection II, pendant, 2013 – Rubber, sterling silver, mixed media, waxed cord

EXPO ‘Inner Core’ – Gallery el.Marneri, Athens (GR) – 5 dec. 2014 – 5 Janv. 2015

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. El.Marneri (GR),Grece (GR),Zeta TSERMOU (GR) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:31
Gallery el.Marneri presents the contemporary jewellery collection Inner core by Zeta Tsermou.

Opening: Friday 05 December 2014 at 18:00
Zeta TsermouZeta Tsermou « Inner core I » oxidized silver, cotton ribbon
Inspired by architecture this collection exposes the inner core of the jewellery piece free of its outer shell. The revealed core is the heart of the piece. The core can be rough, the core defines the shape, the core is where the essence of beauty is hidden.
The piece of jewellery then turns into an exoskeleton or an armour to “protect” the body that wears it. Other times it can become almost weightless, wrapped or folded in order to create fluid forms. Zeta Tsermou was born in Athens, 1972. She studied architecture in the National Technical University of Athens, then got a Masters degree (MArch) in the Bartlett School of Architecture of UCL in London. She worked as an architect in London and Athensand also taught architectural design in Portsmouth School of Architecture.Later she studied sculpture in the School of Fine Arts in Athens.Micro sculpture soon led to experimentations with jewellery and sheattended various workshops and seminars in jewellery making: in Athens with Dimitris Nikolaidis and in London with Paul Wells and Anastasia Young in Central St. Martins.Now she works as an artist and jewellery maker in her studio in Athens.

 Zeta Tsermou  "Inner core II" brooch - oxidised silver  | Gallery MarneriZeta Tsermou  « Inner core II » brooch – oxidised silver

Zeta Tsermou "Inner core IV" bracelet - oxidised silver  | Gallery MarneriZeta Tsermou « Inner core IV » bracelet – oxidised silver 

Eleni Marneri Creative Gallery

5 Lempesi str,
11742 Athènes
tel +30.210.8619488
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