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29/04/2015

DECOUVERTE : Hedda Bjerkeli, « BLOBBY » & PINKY !

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,DECOUVERTE,Hedda BJERKELI (NO),Norvege (NO) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:24

Hedda Bjerkeli :

« I like beautiful things that don’t quite match, that disturb the eye.
 The essence of my work is shape/material/color. I do investigational work with stone and jewellery. I want color of the stone, but not its weight. Therefor I use a technic were I crush the stone into fine powder and mix it with resin to give it a shape again.
 I like round shapes, I like when round shapes meet and that they meet several times. Either if they are firmly pressed against each other or just gently put beside one another, they are influenced with the tension that emerge and are shaped in that moment. I am inspired by everything that grows, the changes of a physical body. My jewelleries are natural forms that grow out of something and grow into something new that continues of its own.
I like beautiful things that don’t quite match, that disturb the eye. Disturbing is how life is. I want to show something beautiful in my jewellery, something that I like and care about. At the same time there is a presence of something unknown and disturbing. There is no such thing as perfect. There is a wish and a lust for something perfect. But being perfect is not possible because the shape is then identical with an idea or a thought of how perfect should look like. My process of making these jewelleries is a search for a shape that gives the eye pleasance and satisfaction, but at the same time curiosity and challenge. »

2008  :  Master, at Ädellab- jewellery and silversmith, Konstfack, Stockholm  Sweden

Old fun - Hedda BjerkeliOld fun – Hedda Bjerkeli

Hedda BjerkeliHedda Bjerkeli – Disturbing Eye Candy serie

Hedda Bjerkeli - Old funHedda Bjerkeli - Old fun brooch

Hedda Bjerkeli,  Disturbing eye candy series 2012Hedda Bjerkeli,  Disturbing eye candy series 2012

Disturbing Eye Candy, Hedda Bjerkeli 2012Hedda Bjerkeli - Disturbing Eye Candy, 2012

Hedda Bjerkeli - Old funHedda Bjerkeli - Old fun

Hedda Bjerkeli - Disturbing Eye Candy 2012Hedda Bjerkeli - Disturbing Eye Candy 2012

JOYA 2015 (7th Edition) Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair – 8–9-10 October 2015

Soon JOYA 2015 will finish the deadline! We already received amazing applications from all over the world, do you want join us?

JOYA: Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2015.  – JOYA 2015 (7th Edition) Arts Santa Monica 8th October – 10th October, 2015.

JOYA: Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2015.  - JOYA 2015 (7th Edition) Arts Santa Monica 8th October – 10th October, 2015.(Gigi Mariani necklace)

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The selections of who will be participating to JOYA 2015 will be officially divulgated by e-mail on May  20th 2015

 

 

28/04/2015

From Greece, Erato Kouloubi Geometric & Architectural Jewelry

Erato Kouloubi

« Experimentation!
Forms that enter one through the other. Circles and squares.Incomplete shapes.
Metals that are mixed. Silver fused with copper and bronze, titanium encased in gold.
Expore and expand the concept of recycling. Phonecards. Colour. Semiprecious stones.Resin. A peculiar finish. That of the old one, the used one. The feeling of immediacy, of intimacy.
Forms complicated and forms simple.
Shapes anthropocentric and abstract too.
Ispiration throughout the whole life. The nature. The love. The death. » (MyPrecious.gr)

« My work is inspired by architecture and geometry. I design jewelry that assembles in an abstracted form, creating a multitude of viewpoints plus a multitude of applications. Originally what leads me in making innovative forms is that I am interested in the reflection of the viewer. »

Erato Kouloubi Erato Kouloubi  « Tubism » necklace – « The origin of symmetry » serie

Erato Kouloubi presents "The origin of symmetry"  Gold, platinum, bronze and silver - will be at JOYA 2013Erato Kouloubi presented at JOYA 2013 « The origin of symmetry«   Gold, platinum, bronze and silver

« The Origin of Symmetry » « In this work, I explore architecture influenced by the avant-garde art movements of Cubism & Constructivism that later influenced trends as Bauhaus & Destijl movement. I design jewelry that assembles in an abstracted form, creating a multitude of viewpoints plus a multitude of applications. Originally what leads me in making innovative forms is that I am interested in the reflection of the viewer. The collection is made of gold-platted bronze, rhodium-platted bronze and oxidized silver. Bronze is cut, fold and soldered to express the three dimensions. Oxidized silver chain is used to present the bronze sculptures. »

 Erato Kouloubi jewellery -Collection  "The origin of symmetry" serie : "irreversible"Erato Kouloubi - at Joya Barcelona’13 – fotos by Alexis Kamitsos – « The origin of symmetry«   serie : « irreversible »

Erato Kouloubi – Geometric & Architectural Jewelry. -Erato Kouloubi – Geometric & Architectural rings – « The origin of symmetry«  serie

Puis elle est passée du très lisse au « rugueux » ….

« Deconstructing the Cube » and the « Cities In Dust » :  « After I studied the austere geometry of the formal, my work led me into something different: The concept of Deconstruction. I started by deconstructing the cube (2014) .For me, deconstruction is not simply the fragmentation of the structured form, but the dematerialization of the material itself. What at the end of the process seem like a solid base, are the results of both: controlled tempering and the unexpected outcomes of experimentation with the fusion technique. Finally, the white color of the metal symbolizes the dynamics of a new beginning. »

Collection ""Deconstructing the Cube"  - Erato Kouloubi - ring "deconstructing the Faith"Erato Kouloubi – Collection «  »Deconstructing the Cube«   -  ring « deconstructing the Faith »

Erato Kouloubi - Cities In Dust – Collection, “Zion76″ Ring. 2014.Erato Kouloubi - « Cities In Dust » Collection – “Zion76″ Ring. 2014.

Erato Kouloubi. "Cities In Dust" Collection - “Su″ brooch. 2014.Erato Kouloubi. « Cities In Dust » Collection – “Su″ brooch. 2014

Erato Kouloubi. "Cities In Dust" Collection - “Iyali″ brooch. 2014Erato Kouloubi. « Cities In Dust » Collection – “Iyali″ brooch. 2014

Exploring the art of jewelry, Erato graduated from Mokume (Jewelry School Athens). She specialized in Chemical Coloring and Patination of Metals in” Camberwell College of Arts “ and Manipulating Glass in “St.Martins College” London,U.K. In the meantime, she worked with the jewelry designer Yen Duong in Cockpit Arts Center. Returning to Greece she creates her own studio. Through her work she was established in handmade jewelry art.

AND She opened a very active jewelry gallery, « Popeye Loves olive » : actually, a solo exhibition by Jorge Manilla,  »Beyond the Limits II« , until May 9th 2015 . To visit if you are in Athens !

 

27/04/2015

EXPO ‘Stonecutting’ – Gallery Velvet da Vinci, San Francisco (USA) – 1er-31 Mai 2015

 San Francisco’s VELVET DA VINCI is proud to present Stonecutting, an exhibition of work by New Zealand artists Craig McIntosh + Joe Sheehan
Opening reception with the artists will take place on Friday, May 1, from 6-8 pm.

 StoneCutting - Velvet da Vinci

 

Craig McIntosh’s most recent series of brooches are hand carved and fabricated from Pakohe (argillite), a material rich with metaphor for New Zealand’s cultural and natural landscape. A highly indurated sedimentary rock, hardened through intense compression and heat, Pakohe is often described as “basement rock,” as it literally represents the material New Zealand is built from and upon. Calling to mind visions of topographical maps and aerial nature photographs, McIntosh’s process channels the aesthetic and symbolic implications of his material, resulting in fractured, layered, and laminated compositions. According to the artist:
“The brooches… are abstract forms arrived at through the making process, and the associations with landscape and boundary are the result of thinking through making. When I’m working with stone I take the perspective that I am in some way are some way working with land, or can be seen as working with place, or even working possibly with here…. Landscape is a human construct, it is the way we see and interpret the physical environment. The division and breaking up of land into the idea of a system of human made spaces has shaped our environment. So for me it is therefore critical, when using stone in a contemporary jewelry context to have an understanding of both identity and boundary, jewelry can not be made concerning anything else until this is considered.”
McIntosh earned a Bachelors of Visual Arts and Masters Degree from the Dunedin School for Art. His works have exhibited in Japan, New Zealand, and Germany. Highlighted shows include WUNDERRUMA, a touring exhibition that debuted at the 2014 Schmuck conference. The artist presently lives and works in Dunedin.

Craig McIntosh, Pakohe Brooch 004, 2015, Carved Pakohe (Argillite), 1.85 x .25 x 2.15″Craig McIntosh, Pakohe Brooch 004, 2015, Carved Pakohe (Argillite), 1.85 x .25 x 2.15″

Craig McIntosh, Pakohe Brooch 006, 2015, Carved Pakohe (Argillite), 2.15 x .25 x 2.15″Craig McIntosh, Pakohe Brooch 006, 2015, Carved Pakohe (Argillite), 2.15 x .25 x 2.15″

Craig McIntosh, Pakohe Brooch 0011, 2015, Carved Pakohe (Argillite), 1.65 x .35 x 2.80″Craig McIntosh, Pakohe Brooch 0011, 2015, Carved Pakohe (Argillite), 1.65 x .35 x 2.80″

Craig McIntosh, Pakohe Brooch 003, 2015, Carved Pakohe (Argillite), 3.65 x .25 x 2″Craig McIntosh, Pakohe Brooch 003, 2015, Carved Pakohe (Argillite), 3.65 x .25 x 2″

Joe Sheehan’s series The Quick and the Dead is a collection of remote controls meticulously carved from stone.   Presented as artifacts in the style of classic typological museum display, the work takes the form of whole units and broken pieces, calling to mind futuristic archaeological documentations of contemporary culture. Arranged by similarity and type, the series poses questions about contemporary methods in museum studies, addressing notions of preservation and historiography from a global perspective. Working with New Zealand native stones such as greywacke, basalt, and argillite, Sheehan shines a light on the heavy historic symbolism of each material from a South Pacific cultural context, referencing prominent museum collections of Toki: stone adzes made by Maori and other Polynesian cultures.

Joe Sheehan, The Quick and the Dead (Group 5), Greywacke, basalt, argillite, Sizes vary. Photo Credit: Kallan MacLeod.Joe Sheehan, The Quick and the Dead (Group 5), Greywacke, basalt, argillite, Sizes vary. Photo Credit: Kallan MacLeod.

Joe Sheehan, The Quick and the Dead (Group 4), Carved basalt, Sizes vary. Photo Credit: Kallan MacLeod.Joe Sheehan, The Quick and the Dead (Group 4), Carved basalt, Sizes vary. Photo Credit: Kallan MacLeod. 
Velvet da Vinci
2015 Polk Street,
San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: 415-441-0109
Email:  info@velvetdavincigallery.com
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11am – 6pm, Sunday, 11am – 4pm.

 

26/04/2015

EXPO ‘SILENCI, PARAULES…JOIES’ – Galería CONTEXT, Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona)(ES) – 16 Avril-16 Mai 2015

Context Galeria SILENCI, PARAULES…JOIES  /  SILENCE, MOTS… BIJOUX

Fatima Tocornal, Isabel Tristan & Ana Heimann -
Joies/Objectes/Llibres d’artista // Livres d’artistes/objets/bijoux
Inauguració  16 d’abril a les 19,30 h

  Context Galeria - Fatima Tocornal, Isabel Tristan & Ana Heimann - 16 avril-16 mai 2015« Tots els processos creatius comparteixen aspectes comuns. La idea inicial sorgeix del silenci interior, es pot comunicar a través de la paraula, la música, el moviment, el dibuix, la pintura, l’objecte artístic, les joies… en definitiva es pot expressar a través de qualsevol suport imaginable. »

  Fátima Tocornal - Fermall "Mariposa"  -  esmalt, alpaca, paper de llibre   120x80 mm - 450€Fátima Tocornal – broche « Mariposa »  -  esmalt, alpaca, paper de llibre   120×80 mm

 Fátima Tocornal - Fermall "Por amor" - fusta, coure, resina, paper de llibre - 80x60 mm  Peça única 275€Fátima Tocornal - Fermall « Por amor » – fusta, coure, resina, paper de llibre – 80×60 mm

  Isabel Tristan- Collar "Paraules buides" - fusta, fuls de llibre, alpaca, pintura acrílica, cinta de cotó Mida: llarg 540 mmIsabel Tristan- Collar « Paraules buides » (detail) – fusta, fuls de llibre, alpaca, pintura acrílica, cinta de cotó – llarg 540 mm

Isabel Tristan - Arracades "Tan sols paraules II"  - fusta, fulls de llibre, pintura acrílica, plata Mida: 46x12 mm  Peça única 75€Isabel Tristan – Arracades « Tan sols paraules II »  – fusta, fulls de llibre, pintura acrílica, plata Mida: 46×12 mm

 

Galería CONTEXT
C/Viñolas, 10
08173 Sant Cugat del Vallès (BCN) Spain
T 0034 935 893 806
http://www.context.cat/
galeria@context.cat

 

25/04/2015

AUTOR Contemporary Jewelry Fair – AUTOR 13 – Sala Dalles, Bucarest (Romania) – 9-10 Mai 2015

Autor 13 / THE AUTHOR JEWELRY
9-10 May 2015
Sala Dalles
Bucharest, Romania

Autor 13

Connect with people through contemporary jewelry at this spring’s edition of AUTOR.
Serious proposals call for serious dates: save the 9th and 10th of May for AUTOR 13 and come see the jewelry at Sala Dalles in Bucharest, Romania.
We had the largest number of applications and we are proud to say we have an exquisite selection of contemporary jewelry worldwide – with the help of the equally exquisite international jury

Alina Carp Bijuterie Contemporana is the focus designer for ‪#‎AUTOR13 ‬! - Alina Carp "Faith goddess  Panthesilea"Alina Carp  is the focus designer for ‪#‎AUTOR13 ‬!
- Alina Carp « Faith goddess – Panthesilea » brooch

Here are some of the jewellers selected for AUTOR 13 :

Steffi Götze, brooch, Germany  - selected for AUTOR13Steffi Götze, brooch, Germany  – selected for AUTOR13
Steffi Götze is the winner of JOYA Barcelona Award at AUTOR 11. Experimental and deeply personal. Opposites attract in Steffi’s « Inside Outside » collection through silver, enamel or cooper.

  BLICK (Evgeniya Tsancova & yana tankovska design )   brooch, BulgariaBLICK (Evgeniya Tsancova & Yana Tankovska design), brooch, Bulgaria – Returning to #AUTORfair, this time as a duo! surprises our senses with contrasted color. A mix of love, dreams, desires and passion.

Velislava Bozhinova, brooch, Bulgaria   Velislava Bozhinova, brooch, Bulgaria – Finding spaces as a birthplace for the imagination. This is what #AUTOR13 calls true love. 

  Sébastien Carré, necklace, France  - Voulez-vous regarder la mitose des cellules avec #AUTOR13 ce soir? The faults in our cells, our sweet diseases by this french new entry. Sébastien Carré, necklace « la mitose des cellules« , France  – Voulez-vous regarder la mitose des cellules avec #AUTOR13 ce soir? The faults in our cells, our sweet diseases by this french new entry.

Sébastien Carré, L’inclinaison - Brooch, copper and brass chainmail & steel fibula  Photo: Milo Lee Photography #AUTOR13 Sébastien Carré, L’inclinaison – Brooch, copper and brass chainmail & steel fibula  Photo: Milo Lee Photography

Ye-Jee Lee, necklace, South Korea    Ye-Jee Lee, necklace, South Korea  – Connecting pieces through experimenting is our new entry’s way of creation. Her pieces for #AUTOR13 are made out of leather  

Alja Neuner, necklace, Austria #AUTORfair #AUTOR13Alja Neuner, necklace, Austria – Alja uses gold and silver as links between the porcelain-crystals and the minerals used in her jewelry

Contemporary jewelry schools return to #AUTOR13. Greek school Krama presents the work of 7 talented students (Xenia Deimezi, Chrisini Chatzi Piperidi ,Anastasia Karatrantou, Eleni Athanasopoulou, Maria Koutmani, Victoria Ioannidou, Katerina Roumelioti).  Maria Koutmani, pendants, ring, brooch, GreeceContemporary jewelry schools return to #AUTOR13.
Greek school Krama presents the work of 7 talented students (Xenia Deimezi, Chrisini Chatzi Piperidi ,Anastasia Karatrantou, Eleni Athanasopoulou, Maria Koutmani, Victoria Ioannidou, Katerina Roumelioti).
Maria Koutmani, pendants, ring, brooch, Greece

 

Sala DALLES

Bd. Nicolae Bălcescu nr. 28, Sector 2
Zona: Universitate
010052 Bucuresti (intrarea se face prin Libraria Dalles)
p/f: +4031 80 52 491
email: office@dallesrevolution.ro
www.dallesrevolution.ro
http://www.dautor.ro
hello@dautor.ro

 

 

 

 

Got the BLUES … in FELT with Charlotte Molenaar

Classé dans : Charlotte MOLENAAR (NL),COUP DE COEUR,feutre / felt,Hollande (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:24

Charlotte Molenaar

Discovered thanks to  Luis Acosta next exhibition in Madrid : « Meer dan klompen en tulpen… / Más que zuecos y tulipanes… » that will held at Galería Lalabeyou from 17/09 to 18/10 – 2015  …

« Being the daughter of an arts and crafts teacher I’ve got creativity in my genes. Back at our place there was always something in the process of being made. Today my yearning to create translates into feltmaking. I feel great when I am working on my special shawls, accessories, hats and other objects in my atelier in Driebergen. This is all done after my own design. »

Charlotte Molenaar -  Delft blue blown to smithereens (necklace), 2014 felted wool with silk fabric, total length 60"Charlotte Molenaar – Delft blue blown to smithereens (necklace), 2014 felted wool with silk fabric, total length 60″

Charlotte Molenaar- Tulip mania #4 delft blue (necklace), 2015 felted wool, total length 31" Charlotte Molenaar – Tulip mania #4 delft blue (necklace), 2015 felted wool, total length 31″

Charlotte Molenaar Viltwerk - flowers necklaceCharlotte Molenaar  – flowers necklace

Charlotte Molenaar -  felt broochCharlotte Molenaar -  felt brooch

Charlotte Molenaar Viltwerk - necklace -Boulders (necklace), 2015 felted wool with silk fibers, total length 39" -  750$Charlotte Molenaar   -Boulders (necklace), 2015 felted wool with silk

24/04/2015

Nouvel espace bijoux à Bruxelles : ICKX Contemporary Jewelry

depuis le 2 avril : « ICKX Contemporary Jewelry » vient d’ouvrir
Ouvert par Audrey Ickx, ce « concept store » propose « une sélection pointue de bijoux contemporains de créateurs de différents horizons. Les pièces sont choisies pour leur design singulier, épuré à minimaliste; pour les matériaux variés parfois inattendus; pour les techniques utilisées (fabrication artisanale et nouvelles technologies). Chaque pièce est précieuse car unique ou réalisée en petite série. « ICKX Contemporary Jewelry » se veut un intermédiaire entre les clients et les créateurs.  Notre objectif est de promouvoir les talents : offrir une nouvelle vitrine pour certains ou être un tremplin pour d’autres.  Le but est de présenter des créations originales à un large public à un prix abordable. »

Pour l’ouverture 20 créateurs : 10 Belges et 10 créateurs étrangers vous proposent leur interprétation du bijoux contemporain :

Angela Ciobanu –  Frédérique Coomans –  Nathalie Dmitrovic — Elektre / Emilie Doyen –  Selma Houissa — Audrey Ickx –  Stéphanie Kinet –  Claire LavendhommeLous / Lou Sautreau — MAGMA –  NUBE / Elena Guerra –  Inês Nunes — Ubustine –  Jasper Vandenberghe –  Diederick Van Hövell — Sarah Vankaster  –  Dominique Vansteenberghe –  Adela  Vomackova  –  Caterina Zanca  –  Zul Jewelry  —  Nevin Arig –  OLGAjeanne / Sophie Baillet — Isabelle Géréec — Izabella Petrut — Ombre Claire / Aude Durou –  Toubab / Maud VillaretEleftheria Stamati

Angela Ciobanu silver, 24 k gold (granulation) - "It is the imperfection in things that surprises and attracts our perception. Our imperfect and asymmetrical construction will endlessly filter Beauty through senses which unconsciously search for scratches in Perfection."Angela Ciobanu « scratch ring »silver, 24 k gold (granulation) -
« It is the imperfection in things that surprises and attracts our perception. Our imperfect and asymmetrical construction will endlessly filter Beauty through senses which unconsciously search for scratches in Perfection. »

Inês Nunes (Portugal) brooches -  Photographie Inês NunesInês Nunes (Portugal) Broches en bois mobile -  Photographie Inês Nunes

Stéphanie Kinet Broches en papier Photographie François KinetStéphanie Kinet Broches en papier Photographie François Kinet

  Jasper Vandenberghe bagues - étain + pierre  Jasper Vandenberghe bagues – étain + pierre

Ickx Jewelry, Contemporary, Bruxelles - Claire LavendhommeClaire Lavendhomme

  Sarah Vankaster - collier papierSarah Vankaster – collier papier

Dominique Vansteenberghe Thomas (Belgique) Photographie Dominique Vansteenberghe Thomas - bracelet mitaineDominique Vansteenberghe Thomas – bracelet mitaine Photographie Dominique Vansteenberghe Thomas -

Nevin Arig Broches en résine Nevin Arig Broches en résine

CATERINA ZANCA ringsCaterina Zanca (Italie) rings Photographie Caterina Zanca

Audrey Ickx Jewelry (BE)Audrey Ickx Jewelry (BE) collier

Frédérique Coomans Collier écharpe-ceinture Plexi + tricot  Frédérique Coomans Collier écharpe  Plexi + tricot 

Ickx Jewelry, Contemporary, Bruxelles, bijoux contemporains, | Eleftheria SmamatiEleftheria Stamati

Ickx Jewelry, Contemporary, Bruxelles, bijoux contemporains, | Toubab ParisToubab Paris

 

 

ICKX Contemporary Jewelry
Av. Georges Henri 435
1200 Bruxelles – BELGIQUE

Ouvert du mardi samedi de 11h à 18h30.

https://www.facebook.com/ickxjewelry

http://www.ickxjewelry.com/

 

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EXPO ‘Philip Sajet – Meta-Morphosis’ – Villa de Bondt, Gent (BE) – 30 Avril-4 Mai 2015

Villa de Bondt

PHILIP SAJET
META-MORPHOSIS / TOWARDS THE DEFINITION

Divine dreams take shape in a unique emotional compass.
OPENING DRINK THURSDAY 30 APRIL FROM 6 AM TO 9 PM
1-2-3-4 MAY 2015 FROM 11 AM – 6 PM

Philip Sajet - Villa de Bondt

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 Philip Sajet - ringPhilip Sajet - ring

Philip Sajet -   Potatoe Chip ring: Amberif gold Philip Sajet -   Potatoe Chip ring: Amberif gold

Philip Sajet - ringPhilip Sajet - ring -  amythyst gold

Philip Sajet - ringPhilip Sajet - ring – bonbons ???

Philip Sajet - ring -  Jade amythyst goldPhilip Sajet – ring -  Jade amythyst gold

 

 

Villa De Bondt
Krijgslaan 124
9000 Gent (Gand) – BELGIQUE
tel 0032(0)92217609
info@villadebondt.be

23/04/2015

From Idar-Oberstein ……. Anne Wiedau « Hybride »

Anne Wiedau I met Anne Wiedau at the first « Melting Point » in Valencia, in 2010, and had a « coup de coeur » (a 1st sight LOVE) for her ring I bought …… :-)

Anne Wiedau - Hochschule Trier - Semester (SS ´10) my ring !Anne Wiedau – Hochschule Trier – Semester (SS ´10)

She then had her diploma in 2011

« Hybride » « “Hybride” is the theme of my diploma work, witch closes the gap between modern computer technology and traditional jewelry crafting. Based of drawings I made in my childhood i created a unique jewellery piece and attached it with the help of modern “augmented reality” software. -> (LINK: http://www.anne.wiedau.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/MymoACTION.mov) During the development of the Hybrid-Project I draw together with children from a local Kindergarten. With the computer I abstracted the drawings and prepared them to be jewellery. With this material I started crafting individual jewellry pieces. The ready pieces are attached to the computer. The computer reads the jewellry like a marker and attaches the original drawing on the peace in augmented reality. » »

 „Hybride“ Diplomarbeit von Anne Wiedau 2011Anne Wiedau  – „Hybride“ Diplomarbeit   2011 - »Green Hybrid » necklace – Recon stone, aventurin, colorit, polyethylen braid – « Combining children’s drawings with jewelry, makes it possible to return aspects which we have lost in our development from childhood to adulthood. »  -  (Hochschule Trier -  Dipl.Des.)

  „Hybride“ Diplomarbeit von Anne Wiedau 2011  „Hybride“ Diplomarbeit von Anne Wiedau 2011 – « D_ragon_Hybrid » necklace - Wood, rubber, niobium, silver, steel

Hochschule Trier - „Hybride“ Diplomarbeit von Anne Wiedau 2011 - brooch Hybride“ Diplomarbeit von Anne Wiedau 2011 – « Alessa_Hybrid » brooch – Recon stone, rubber, steel, spring – 6,5x11x1 cm

 „Hybride“ Diplomarbeit von Anne Wiedau 2011 - earrings„Hybride“ Diplomarbeit von Anne Wiedau 2011 – earrings « Krähen_Hybrid » Niobium, rubber –  5x9x0,5 cm – augmented reality jewels

  „Hybride“ Diplomarbeit von Anne Wiedau 2011  - necklace  Car(bon)_Hybrid  „Hybride“ Diplomarbeit von Anne Wiedau 2011  – necklace « Car(bon)_Hybrid » econ stone, carbon, quartz crystal, rubber

BEST WISHES Anne Wiedau !

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