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23/01/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Yafit Ben Meshulam – « Lacuna », La Galeller, Sevilla (SP) – 17 Fevr.-20 Avril 2017

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La Galeller

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Yafit Ben Meshulam  - Lacuna  2017

Lacuna es un espacio entre los elementos.
Una tranquila prolongación entre una nota musical y la siguiente.
Un hueco en el texto que deja espacio para la imaginación. »

« LACUNA is a space between elements
A quiet elongation between one musical note to the next
A gap in the text that leaves room for imagination
The cocoon left behind when a caterpillar turns into a butterfly. . »

Yafit Ben Meshulam es diseñadora y joyera, vive en Tel Aviv, Israel. Se graduó en B.DES en diseño de joyas en la distinguida Shenkar Colegio de ingeniería y diseño en Tel Aviv.
Para Yafit sus joyas son objetos tridimensionales únicos, cada una contiene la carcasa de un elemento que una vez existió … y ahora en su lugar, una laguna – sólo un recuerdo de lo que fue.
Las formas únicas de sus diseños se formaron como si eliminara un « momento congelado » de un paso en el proceso de diseño. El espacio permanece entre el material que originalmente era y la forma que llegó a ser. Con su imaginación, este espacio permite vislumbrar los elementos que fueron arrancados y escondidos durante este intrigante « momento congelado ».
En cada colección utiliza una variedad de técnicas y tecnologías, que dan expresión al concepto de sus diseños. Meticulosamente añade texturas, colores y acabados a las impresiones en 3D y joyería moldeada, de modo que la superficie y los espacios interiores están decoradas por los pequeños detalles.

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20/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Yafit Ben Meshulam – fil rouge à suivre …..

 Yafit Ben Meshulam

Decouverte à Joya 2016,  de suite elle fut pour moi les «bijoux du Petit Poucet» …  avec son « Yoshi lapel pins set » …. ;-)

De la céramique, matte, blanche et douce et lisse, et des éléments textiles, comme de petits encarts moelleux, brodés de fils rouges aux motifs « ethniques », appartenant au folklore mondial, qui rappellent …. un « déjà-vu », un « déjà connu », vous savez, la « blouse roumaine », la « nappe de mamy », les serviettes brodées de « tante Ursule » ….. ces broderies faites au fil rouge, le fil rouge du souvenir …. Ce sont ces creux, remplis de « tendre » -ou pas-  qu’elle appelle ses « lacuna » (du nom de sa marque, « Lacuna jewellery« ) : un « creux », « a space between elements« , où s’engouffre le souvenir …. et elle re- »tisse » la mémoire, avec ses techniques à elle, re-coud, re-lie, re-crée … pour sa dernière collection, « Appear & Disappear collection »

Et, bien sûr, elle a « fait » Shenkar, la fameuse école ……

Yafit Ben Meshulam - "les bijoux du Petit Poucet" ...... (in fact "YOSHI lapel pin set"  lapel pins for men & women. Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic & Resin -  925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric -  Lapel pin size: 0.4 inch / 1 cm )   Yafit Ben Meshulam - « les bijoux du Petit Poucet » …… (in fact « YOSHI lapel pin set »  lapel pins for men & women. Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic & Resin -  925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric -  Lapel pin size: 0.4 inch / 1 cm )

 Yafit Ben Meshulam - YOSHI lapel pin set  -   925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric - Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic and Resin: Yafit Ben Meshulam – YOSHI lapel pin set  (worn) -   925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric – Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic and Resin

« Does technology affect the value of design, whether handcrafted or machine-made? And can we tell the difference now with the boundaries becoming blurred ? The collection started with very soft and organic jewellery that expresses birth and the creation of something new. To these emotional shapes I added a strong metal outline to symbolise the overpowering force of new technologies on crafts.« 

 Yafit Ben Meshulam/Lacuna jewellery - Bubbles Industrial memory / 2015 Plaster, fabric, Stainless Steel, Silver - white brooch  embroidery red thread, 3dprinting, laboratory  - cocoon organism: Yafit Ben Meshulam/Lacuna jewellery- Bubbles Industrial memory / 2015 – white brooch, embroidery, red thread, 3dprinting - Plaster, fabric, Stainless Steel, Silver

Yafit Ben Meshulam  Back & forward brooch  newcollection whitejewelry lacuna red  eramics: Yafit Ben Meshulam  - Back & forward brooch  new collection  red  eramics

 « LACUNA is a space between elementsA quiet elongation between one musical note to the next – A gap in the text that leaves room for imagination  –          I’d like to invite you into a world of intrigue and imagination. In this world, I see my jewels as unique 3D objects, each containing the shell of an element that once existed … and now in its place, the lacuna – just a memory of what once was.   The unique shapes of my designs were formed as if I removed a “frozen moment” froma step in the design process. Space remains between the material that originally was and the shape that came to be. With your imagination, this space allows a glimpse into the elements that were whisked away and hidden during this intriguing “frozen moment”.  In each collection I use a variety of techniques and technologies, which give expression to the concept of my designs.  I meticulously add textures, colors and finishes to the 3d prints and casted jewelry, so that the surface and interior spaces are decorated by the small details.   My name is Yafit Ben Meshulam. I’m a jewelry designer, maker and metal smith working and living in  Tel Aviv, Israel. I earned a B.DES degree in jewelry design from the distinguished Shenkar College of engineering and design in Tel Aviv.  Thanks for letting me share my passion with you « 

 Yafit Ben Meshulam - at JOYA 2016 -  RIKU NECKLACE  $195 - Contemporary pendant necklace, made of red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic pendant that moves gently like scales.  * Materials /  Red rope chain, Ceramic ,fabric, Alpaka, Sterling Silver - Pendant size: 2.5x2.5 inch / 6x6 cm - Chain length 28 inch, no bracket: Yafit Ben Meshulam – at JOYA 2016 -  « Riku » necklace -  red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic pendant that moves gently like scales -  Red rope chain, Ceramic ,fabric, Alpaka, Sterling Silver – Pendant size: 2.5×2.5 inch

 Yafit Ben Meshulam - brooch - at JOYA 2016: Yafit Ben Meshulam – brooch – at JOYA 2016

 Yafit Ben Meshulam -   necklace  - at JOYA 2016: Yafit Ben Meshulam -   necklace  – at JOYA 2016 - Ceramic, Coral, Fabric, silver, stainless steel ….

Yafit Ben Meshulam - Kotaro necklace - Ten ceramic links and tow ceramic pieces with red embroidery engraving and Coral beads.  * Materials /   Ceramic, Coral  * Chain length 28 inch, no bracket  * Finish / Matte ceramic, shiny red resin Kotaro necklace - detail - Matte ceramic, shiny red resin
Yafit Ben Meshulam – « Kotaro » necklace – Ten ceramic links and tow ceramic pieces with red embroidery engraving and Coral beads.  -  Ceramic, Coral  -Chain length 28 inch – Finish / Matte ceramic, shiny red resin
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Yafit Ben Meshulam  – from embroidery red ethnic pattern ….. to … working on new pattern… pattern embroidery  sketch  dots
« Does jewelry within a specific collection have to be similar to one another? Further, is it possible to create an eclectic collection b ased on the same fundamental principles, or in other words D.N.A., of the jewelry’s design elements?
In creating a collection, designers sometimes realize upon reviewing their work that his or her project has another connection that wasn’t consciously created. In this project I decided to make this unknown, secondary connection the leading topic of my collection.
Throughout my process, every item b egan as an intuitive idea which was formulated independently into its correct form b ased on the materials and technology used. The connection between the items is revealed in the end; when all the pieces appear together. In my case, the connection that was discovered was measurements. Each piece emphasizes measurement in different ways; and together they appear as eclectic collection.
However, the result of this semi-blind process brings to the forefront an age old question: What makes a collection cohesive; is it materials? technology? shape? or is it the hand of the designer which gives a collection unity? »

 

 

22/07/2015

JOYA 2015 – Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair – 8–9-10 October 2015

 JOYA Barcelona 2015 

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the selected artists

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

Curated by
Paulo Ribeiro, Anthony Chevallier, Pilar Vélez, Chantal Prod´Hom, Susan Cummins, Piotr Rybazcek and Gigi Mariani.
This year the jury has choosen 47 artists based on the originality and innovation of the presented works, the use of new techniques and experimentation with new materials.

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

 Selected artist:

Aggelika DiplariAkis GoumasAlina CarpAlja NeunerAmira JaletAnna Krol — Anna Pavlova — Artemis ValsamakiBokyeong Lee — Carolyn Barker — Cedric ChevalleyChristine JalioCristina ZaniDora HarambalakiErato KouloubiEsme ParsonsEva TesarikFlorence CroisierGigi MarianiGili DolinerInbar ShahakIrene Palomar Isabelle BusnelJeemin Jamie Chung Jordi AparicioJose MarínKaterina GlykaKatja Toporski Ksenia VokhmentsevaLiana PattihisMarie Eve CastonguayMia KwonMichelle KraemerMihai Basoiu (« Bashou ») — Nicolas EstradaNiki Stylianou — Nina Lima — Omri Goren — Ruriko Ito — Sébastian Carré Senay AkinSteffi GotzeStenia Scarselli — Tami Eshed — Viktoria Munzker — Xing Zhou — Yafit Ben MeshulamYana TankovskaYannick Mur Yiota Vogli Zeta Tsermou.

Beside this, we have the honor to present the winners of different international events related with art jewellery :
Marie Eve Castonguay – Winner Autor Award 2015
Gigi Marini – Winner JOYA Award 2014
Akis Goumas – Winner Gioiello in Fermento Torre Fornello Award 2015
Sebastian Carré – Winner Gioiello in Fermento Torre Fornello Award 2015
Anna Krol – Winner La Basílica Award 2014.

  Marie-Eve Castonguay -  Close up brooch from Coming and Going collection -    #kineticjewellery #lasercutting #pigments  Marie-Eve Castonguay - « Coming and Going » – Brooch – Sterling silver, mild steel, wood, resin, pigmentsFlorence Croisier  - Necklace: Ramifications, 2015 Titanium brown and gold: Florence Croisier – Necklace Ramifications, 2015 – Titanium brown and gold

Gigi Mariani Brooch: A different view, 2015 Silver, 18kt yellow gold, niello patina 7,6 x 0,5 x 8,5 cm Photo by: Paolo Terzi: Gigi Mariani – Brooch A different view, 2015 – silver, 18kt yellow gold, niello, and patina

Akis Goumas - « …spirits of a Symposion, remnants of red wine … » Necklace – Silver, copper, PVC, steel, mixed techniques, threads and pigments: Akis Goumas - « …spirits of a Symposion, remnants of red wine … » Necklace – Silver, copper, PVC, steel, mixed techniques, threads and pigments

Alina Carp - “Legends" Romania , 1967 Brooch - Silver, Steel mesh, Rice papier, Resin, Pigment, Brass mesh, 24 k Gold foil: Alina Carp – “Legends »  Brooch – Silver, Steel mesh, Rice papier, Resin, Pigment, Brass mesh, 24 k Gold foil

 Sébastien Carré - “Oh My God..." France, 1989 Necklace - Wool, leather, silk, cotton, Red tiger eyes /tiger eyes/Aventurine, beadsSébastien Carré - “Oh My God… » – Necklace – Wool, leather, silk, cotton, Red tiger eyes /tiger eyes/Aventurine, beadsNikiStylianou “Vessels and Matter III: Thoughts are Concrete“ Greece, 1968. Necklace - Hand cut rubber, silk thread, oxidized silver NikiStylianou “Vessels and Matter III: Thoughts are Concrete“ -. Necklace – Hand cut rubber, silk thread, oxidized silver

Anna Krol "Childhood 89" - Ring - SilverAnna Krol « Childhood 89″ – Ring – Silver

 Ksenia Vokhmentseva Necklace: The Orchid, 2015 Wire

Ksenia Vokhmentseva Necklace: The Orchid, 2015 Wire

Christine Jalio (Finland, 1978) - “Past, Loss, Future” . Brooch - silk clay and silverChristine Jalio   – “Past, Loss, Future” . Brooch – silk clay and silver

Liana Pattihis - Necklace - Silver, silver trace chain, enamel joya 2015Liana Pattihis – Necklace – Silver, silver trace chain, enamel

Alja Neuner - porcelainAlja Neuner – porcelain

Aggelika Diplari (Greece, 1960).Necklace: Untitled, 2015 wood, Silver, Argentium silver, Pigments, AcrylicsAggelika Diplari – Necklace: Untitled, 2015 wood, Silver, Argentium silver, Pigments, Acrylics

Erato Kouloubi  - Ring - Tar, bronze, pigmentErato Kouloubi  – Ring – Tar, bronze, pigment

  Yana Tankovska Brooch: Blick, 2015 porcelain, fiber top: Yana Tankovska (Yana Tankovska & Evgeniya Tsancova) Brooch: Blick serie, 2015 – porcelain ,textiles- cotton-knitted cotton rope

Gili Doliner -  Wish tank Oxidized 925 silverGili Doliner ♡ Wish Tank + tiny treasures ♡

Gili Doliner -  Wish tank (& tiny treasures) Oxidized 925 silver

Mirage — BOKY LEE (bokyeong.lee) -  Double clasps bangle  Gold and silver plated brass   77 x 106 x 70 mm  Photography: Sylvain DeleuBOKY LEE (Bokyeong Lee) -  Mirage —Double clasps bangle  Gold and silver plated brass  77x106x70 mm – Photo  Sylvain Deleu

Sébastien Carré Ring: Several scales of grape, 2015 Awarded at: Gioielli In ...Fermento 2015Sébastien Carré Ring: Several scales of grape, 2015 Awarded at: Gioielli In …Fermento 2015

 (Jeemin) Jamie Chung Brooch: Two drops, 2015 Brass (Jeemin) Jamie Chung Brooch: Two drops, 2015 Brass

  Jordi Aparicio Brooch: Anima, 2015 Silver 930/000, gold and platinoJordi Aparicio Brooch: Anima, 2015 Silver 930/000, gold and platino

Nicolas Estrada Brooch, Kap Arkona, 2014 Silver, quartz, wood, electric componentsNicolas Estrada Brooch, Kap Arkona, 2014 Silver, quartz, wood, electric components

 Katerina Glyka - “Weapons” Greece, 1963 Necklace - Bronze, concrete, glass, wire, rope  Katerina Glyka - “Weapons” Greece, 1963 Necklace – Bronze, concrete, glass, wire, rope

Yannick Mur “SIGNES” - Brooch - Gold and silver threadYannick Mur “SIGNES” – Brooch – Gold and silver thread

Yafit Ben Meshulam “Cocoon” (Israel) - Necklace - Plaster 3D, silver, goldYafit Ben Meshulam “Cocoon” (Israel) – Necklace – Plaster 3D, silver, gold

Cedric Chevalley - “Blownishere” (Switzerland) - Necklace - SIlver and enamelCedric Chevalley – “Blownishere” (CH) – Necklace – SIlver and enamel

Stenia Scarselli “Per piano solo” - Brooch - Ebony, silverStenia Scarselli “Per piano solo” – Brooch – Ebony, silver

CAROLYN BARKER -AU - Oregon brooch   (Sterling silver, shibuichi, shakudo)   . $725: Carolyn Barker – AU – Oregon brooch   (Sterling silver, shibuichi, shakudo)

Viktoria Münzker “Frangibilis" - Necklace - Porcelain, Liquid Porcelain, pearls, precious stones Viktoria Münzker “Frangibilis » – Necklace – Porcelain, Liquid Porcelain, pearls, precious

Xing Zhou “Oh Wow collection” (China) Necklace - Silver, CrystalXing Zhou “Oh Wow collection” (China) Necklace – Silver, Crystal

 

 

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