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23/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Reka Lőrincz – you are what you eat

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,EXCHANGE-BIJOU,Hongrie (HU),Reka LORINCZ (HU) — bijoucontemporain @ 23:47

Reka Lőrincz

Un humour jubilatoire, grinçant, décapant, à tout va, qui dénonce, montre du doigt, ce qu’on mange, ce qu’on avale -mentalement comme physiquement- , ce qu’on croit ou qu’on veut nous faire croire ……

« Jewellery design means the interpretation of today’s world to me. A sort of communication between the outside world and that of my own. Making the invisible visible. Through my jewels I am contemplating the tangled variety of the universe. Heaps of emotions and thoughts pass through my mind through the impulses of the environment which I examine and turn them into objects. I am intrigued by the street. What exactly means what I see. Through my objects I mainly tried to reflect the difference between that of the shown and the real world which can sometimes look appealing, fake or even dangerous. »

Avec tous les médicaments que j’avale (merci mon diabète !!! :-( …) je commencerai par cette broche qui m’enchante !!! entre « boulimie du médoc » et « boulimie du bijou » …… ;-)

Reka Lorincz, Pearl pills, brooch - silver, pearl, stainless steel, plastic 2015: Reka Lorincz, Pearl pills, brooch – silver, pearl, stainless steel, plastic 2015

Reka Lorincz, diamond pills, brooch - gold plated copper, aluminium, swarovski  2013Reka Lorincz, diamond pills, brooch – gold plated copper, aluminium, swarovski   2013

Réka Lörincz. Brooch: Pearl can, 2015. Gold plated cooper, pearl, stainless steel. ø 6 cm: Réka Lörincz. Brooch: Pearl can, 2015. Gold plated cooper, pearl, stainless steel. ø 6 cm

 

« Budapest-based Reka Lörincz is an award-winning artist who typically expresses social criticism – such as concerns with commercialisation, mass production and popular culture –through 3D objects.
Her ‘Too Much is Not Enough” collection  is the perfect example.
Populated with symbols of 1950s diner culture, which are then translated into kitsch and colourful crystal gem-studded jewellery, it’s designed to amuse as much as they provoke. » (Adorn)
Reka Lorincz -  "Too Much is Not Enough" (bone) brooch -  gold plated copper, plastic, gold foil, swarovski crystalReka Lorincz -  « Too Much is Not Enough » (bone) brooch -2013 – gold plated copper, plastic, gold foil, swarovski crystal

  Reka-Lörincz  "Too Much is Not Enough" hamburger brooch 2013 - gold plated copper, plastic, gold foil, swarovski crystalReka Lörincz comments on consumerism -  You are what you eat -  « Too Much is Not Enough » hamburger brooch 2013 – gold plated copper, plastic, gold foil, swarovski crystal
Réka Lőrincz  2013 - Ice cream II brooch - plastic, gold plated copper, swarovski: Réka Lőrincz  2013 – Ice cream II brooch – plastic, gold plated copper, swarovski
Reka Lorincz, brooch, You are what you eat - gold plated brass, stainless steel, pearls: Reka Lorincz, brooch, You are what you eat – gold plated brass, stainless steel, pearls
et ce bijou-ci, par pur plaisir jubilatoire !
Reka lorincz - Hommage à Coco Channel -  necklace - pearl, duct tape 2015: Reka Lorincz - Hommage à Coco Channel -  necklace – pearl, duct tape 2015
 
Studies
2012                 Workshop with Gemma Drapper, Antwerpen
2011                 Symposium – Atelier Em, Bratislava
2010-2012      Semmelweis University – Department of Applied Psychology, Budapest
2007                Workshop with Ted Noten – BIAD, Birmingham
2002                Erasmus scholarship – ELISAVA, Barcelona
2000-2005     Hungarian University of Craft & Design – Department of Visual Educator Teacher, Budapest
1999-2004     Hungarian University of Craft and Design – Department of Metal Design, Budapest
1997-1999       Art School of Buda – Department of Goldsmith, Budapest

 

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