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14/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : EXPO ‘SHELF LIFE’ – Vitsoe, Munich (DE) – 20 Fevr.–1er Mars 2016

 SHELF LIFE -

Work by 33 makers, staff and students of Central Saint Martins

Opening event 26.02  – 17.00 – 20.00

25.02.2016:  Talk by Lin Cheung and Naomi Filmer,   from 16.00 – 17.00h
27.02.2016: Exhibitors Tour, 11.00-12.00

« #4 on the #mjw16 #munichjewelleryweek MAP / Shelf Life shows work by 33 makers, staff and students of Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design course.… »:

Shelf Life shows work by 33 makers, staff and students of Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design course, showing for the first time at Vitsœ in Munich, this is the second project where staff and students display work as equals in a celebration of the diverse and lively approach to contemporary jewellery and objects. Within the breadth of possibilities, the common thread of the course is using materials and objects imaginatively and expressively in response to observations, emotions and situations.

with :   Elena Bonanomi — Caroline Broadhead — Season Cheng — Lin Cheung — Olivia Cosh Hall — Lucie Davies — Naomi FilmerMelanie Georgacopoulos — Rosie Greener — Emily Grimble — Katy Hackney — Lily Harte — Stacey Huang — Jieun Kim — Giles Last — Fan Sze Li — Holly Matthewson — Marlene McKibbin – Maria Militsi Akiko Shinzato — Ella Stern — Esna Su — Yuxi Sun — Florance Tebbutt — Anna Tuhus — Juliette van de Kerchove — Misha Venter — Max Warren — Silvia Weidenbach — Scott Wilson — Jennifer Wong — Scarlett Zhang — Hau-Wen Chien — Juliette van der Kerchove

The concept of Shelf Life is apt for this exhibition, in that it is located within the shelves of the Vitsœ showroom, using the relationship between the shelf space and the works placed on them to reflect on issues of temporality and endurance.
To shelve means to put something aside, to discard, to remove from everyday use. In contrast, we use shelves to display, as a way to draw attention to and highlight things of importance. What do we keep on our shelves? How long do we keep them there? How does the shelf life affect the thing produced? What is life like to live on the shelf? What is life beyond the shelf? Are just some of the questions we can ask.
Some of the work displayed has been made in response to projects, some self-motivated, and some in response to the idea of shelves.

The basis we work to is that jewellery is a microcosm through which to explore and express responses to the world. The course values an open-minded approach, experimentation and risk-taking, along with the more traditional skills. And we encourage jewellery design to be explored, questioned and tested out in a number of guises and contexts, with skill and imagination.
Having the chance to show work from novice and veteran practitioners, from either end of a career path, is a valuable one. It demonstrates a continuity of the subject; how ideas are taken up, reworked, tussled with and how new ideas take hold. Shelf Life gives us the opportunity to celebrate the work of staff and students and which reflects some of our diversity and achievements. / Caroline Broadhead, Course Leader of BA Jewellery Design at Central Saint Martins

We are often amazed and charmed by the many different ways individuals and organisations wish to use Vitsœ’s shelves. But then this versatility is not surprising, as the 606 Universal Shelving System was designed to be discreet and to allow the content to speak.
The vibrancy of thinking and experimentation explored by the staff and students of Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design course is both energising and brave. It feels natural for Vitsœ to support, both in the physical and literal sense, as this body of work challenges our thinking of how we use our shelves./ Jennie Moncur, Creative Director at Vitsœ

ShelfLife - Fan Sze LiFan Sze Li attachment

Central Saint Martins Graduation Show 2015 -  Fan Sze Fiona Li Attachments Combining hardware-store grit and playful eccentricity, Fiona’s work departs from the notion of decorative jewellery for women and instead explores masculine objects of function and practicality. Using braces and snap hooks, her pieces echo masculine construction tools and attire, fashioned in contrasting materials such as dusty pink suede and flashy gold metal. This transforms the concept of unfashionably dull hard labou: Fan Sze Li

‘Shelf Life’: BA Jewellery Design to Exhibit in Munich - Misha VENTER: Misha Venter

Akiko Shinzato Piece: Wearing Make Up, 2015 Leather, Swarovski crystals Photo by: Barney McCann Model: Alice Hurel - SHELF LIFE exhibition  -  Central Saint Martins. New Graduates 2015: Akiko Shinzato Piece: Wearing Make Up, 2015 Leather, Swarovski crystals

Esna Su - Central St. Martins: Esna Su

Lily Harte - SHELF LIFE: Lily Harte

 Melanie Georgacopoulos (or Melanie Georgacopolis  ?????): Melanie Georgacopoulos

 

Vitsoe
Türkenstraße 36
80799 -  Munich
GERMANY

Mon-Fri 10.00 – 19.00, Sat 10.00-18.00, Sun 11:00-19:00
www.csm.arts.ac.uk
tel +44 20 7514 7006
+44 20 7428 1608rupert.evansharding@vitsoe.com
n.dillon@csm.arts.ac.uk

 

 

 

02/06/2012

EXPO ‘Ultrabody’ – Milano (IT) – 19 Avril-17 Juin 2012

Ultrabody – 208 opere tra arte e design

EXPO 'Ultrabody' - Milano (IT) - 19 Avril-17 Juin 2012 dans Beatrice BROVIA (IT) copertina-catalogo

ULTRABODY. 208 opere tra Arte e Design è una mostra tematica, dedicata all’influenza che il corpo umano ha esercitato nella creatività contemporanea, spaziando tra l’arte e il design, ma anche tra l’architettura, l’arredamento, le arti applicate, la moda e i gioielli.
L’iniziativa, curata da Beppe Finessi, promossa dal Comune di Milano – Cultura, Moda, Design,  presenta una ricca selezione di lavori realizzati dai più significativi protagonisti della scena internazionale del design e delle arti visive che, a partire dal “corpo”, riescono a coinvolgere altre discipline come l’antropologia, la sociologia, il costume, la società, la tecnologia e l’estetica del nostro tempo.
Il percorso espositivo, ideato da Peter Bottazzi, è organizzato in 3 grandi gruppi tematici corrispondenti ai 3 ambienti delle Sale del Castello Sforzesco: Alludere al Corpo, Assecondare il Corpo, Superare il Corpo.

 

ULTRABODY. 208 WORKS FROM ART TO DESIGN, a thematic exhibition devoted to the influence exerted by the human body on contemporary creativity, ranging from art to design, but also taking in architecture, furniture, the applied arts, fashion and jewellery.
Curated by Beppe Finessi, promoted by the City of Milan Department of Culture, Fashion and Design, brought about together with Peugeot and organised by Civita, the exhibition shows a rich selection of works by leading names on the international design and visual arts scene that, starting from the “body”, manage to involve such other disciplines as contemporary anthropology, sociology, costume, society, technology and aesthetics.
Devised by Peter Bottazzi, the exhibition experience is organised in three macro thematic groups, one in each of the Sforza Castle’s Visconti Rooms: Alluding to the Body, Humouring the Body, Overcoming the Body.
The graphic identity for Ultrabody is the work of Leonardo Sonnoli, the internationally celebrated graphic designer and winner of an ADI Compasso d’Oro Award in 2011, who created a new custom font for the event, calibrated to match the topics expressed by the works selected.
Download the brochure

 


Alluding to the Body, from representation to metaphor features some venerable icons…… Here, visitors can also find bracelets with traces and body prints by the maestro of contemporary jewellery Gerd Rothmann, the enigmatic proposals by Iris Eichenberg and Bruno Munari’s Talking Forks that repeat the gestures we habitually make with our hands, transmuting from tools for eating into elements of communication.

Bracciale Quattro-dita (Impronta d’artista) di Gert Rothmann
Bracciale Quattro-dita (Impronta d’artista) di Gert Rothmann
Iris Eichenberg
Iris Eichenberg
 
Humouring the Body, from form to function contains works that take their starting point from correctly matching the needs expressed in an object’s use to giving it the right form, suggesting possible new relations between those objects and the body : like (for jewelry) gloves/jewels by the group Bless, or Matteo Ragni’s Patch bookmark-ring for De Vecchi, which readers can use to keep the book they are reading open with just one hand.
gloves/jewels by the group Bless -   http://www.ultrabody.it/gloves/jewels by the group Bless
Patch di Matteo Ragni per De Vecchi
Patch bookmark-ring – Matteo Ragni for De Vecchi
 
Overcoming the Body hosts the more experimental designs and works, including several that are irreverent and even provocative, capable of leaving visitors with an uncanny, disturbed feeling. These range from Naomi Filmer’s many experiments with the idea of original jewellery, to the crash helmet-monitors designed by James Auger and Jimmy Loizeau, which play with the principle of identity between partners to a dialogue, a variety of body ornaments created by Imme van der Haak
Naomi Filme
Naomi Filmer
Naomi Filme
Naomi Filmer
Beatrice Brovia  (Ex voto - on initiation- , 2009 - courtesy Beatrice Brovia, Galerie  Caroline Van Hoek).Beatrice Brovia  (Ex voto – on initiation- , 2009 – courtesy Beatrice Brovia, Galerie  Caroline Van Hoek).
This collar which alludes to human entrails is one of the first works by Beatrice Brovia in the world of designer jewellery. Her steps are sure and definite, and show no trace of the prevailing conformity. Her careful reflections are expressed as visually striking ornaments to be worn.
Florence Lehmann!! (Naissance bien tournée - Birth necklace adjusted to my head, 2003-2008 Photo Enrico Bartolucci, Paris)Florence Lehmann  (Naissance bien tournée – Birth necklace adjusted to my head, 2003-2008 Photo Enrico Bartolucci, Paris)
Bringing together conceptual modes and formal value: in these sculptures to be worn, the modules which make up the collar have
been designed around a face, thus establishing a close emotional relationship between the jewel and the body wearing it.
Doppelgänger di Didier Fiuza Faustino, Courtesy the Artist & Galery Michel Rein
Doppelgänger di Didier Fiuza Faustino, Courtesy the Artist & Galery Michel Rein Eleonora Todde (Spina senza rose, 2011)Eleonora Todde (Spina senza rose, 2011)

A real hula-hoop is transformed into a perverse toy, adding rose thorns to its inner circumference. A pertinent exercise on the borderline between matter and emptiness, with a smile that is transformed into a wound.

 

Castello Sforzesco
Piazza Castello
20121 Milan
Italy
tel 00 39 02 4335 3522
http://www.ultrabody.it

 

20/06/2010

COUP de COEUR ! Naomi Filmer – focus sur ce corps qu’on ignore …

Classé dans : BOOKS / BIBLIO,COUP DE COEUR,Naomi FILMER (UK) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:08

Out of the Ordinary: Spectacular Craft

« Naomi Filmer studied jewellery design and is based in Milan and London. She is preoccupied with the body, fascinated by its shapes, sounds and movements. By capturing a facial gesture on film, or the sound of someone clearing their throat, she abstracts the familiar and makes it strange. With her three-dimensional pieces Filmer chooses not to adorn but to celebrate the human form. By casting an elbow or the back of a knee, and magnifying and isolating them inside glass lenses, she is setting the jewels of the body.
In Filmer’s practice she is both hands-on and hands-off: sketching and casting metal, and also working like a producer by collaborating closely with sound designers, glassblowers and cameramen.
The work I make focuses on ordinary parts of the body that we never really celebrate, but actually there is nothing ordinary about them at all, they are unique to every individual. By isolating them, and making a spectacle out of them, they are made extraordinary. I am interested in recognisable sounds like breathing – there is nothing more familiar than the sound of your own breath. If you capture those sounds, amplify and repeat them, they become unfamiliar.’  »

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ring – on book “Fashion Jewelry: Catwalk and Couture

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Naomi Filmer (UK) – Ice Jewellery (Photo: Philip Sayer) 1999
Naomi Filmer- ‘A Sensual Shiver’  2000

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Naomi Filmer, Chocolate Mask, 2001. (Photo: Richard Burbridge)

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Naomi Filmer, Lenticular: ‘Elbow Lens’ (right), 2007

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Naomi Filmer for Anne-Valerie Hash – gold-plated shoulder piece (on right)

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Naomi Filmer, Finished piece: ‘Orchid Neck Piece’ ( left) for Anne Valerie Hash S/S 2009 Couture collection

 

 

BOOK :

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Fashion Jewelry: Catwalk and Couture” – Maia Adams

19/06/2010

virus de la COMPARAISON …….. ? Betony Vernon / Naomi Filmer

Classé dans : Betony VERNON (US),COMPARAISON,Naomi FILMER (UK),virus de la COMPARAISON — bijoucontemporain @ 0:44

 

Ring by Betony Vernon.Betony Vernonnot so innocent hand-job-ring ……..

Naomi Filmer (UK)  "Lenticular Series 1" , 2006, Hand Manipulation
Naomi Filmer (UK)  « Lenticular Series 1 » , 2006, Hand Manipulation animated integral image, produced by Create 3D and Bluloop

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