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06/03/2018

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Jonathan HENS – EXPO ‘‎Transformation’ during the MJW 2018 – Lothar Goetter Atelier, Munich (DE) – 8-11 Mars 2018

Transformation

with Jonathan HENS

Contemporary jewelry exhibition inside   Munich Jewellery Week  (7–10 March 2018)
at Lothar Goetter Atelier (Munich)
# 93 on the Schmuck Map
opening 8 March from 3pm to 8pm
Five individuals come together  in a one transformation: Alchemy of colors/Rituals/ Instantaneus/ Metamorphosis/ Identity.

Transformation EXHIBITION  /  MJW-SchmuckTalente2018  /  08- 11 MAR 2018 - Lothar Goetter Atelier - Westendstr. 76A 80339 -  Munich  GERMANY - Nevin Arig, Sara Gackowska, Celina Gram, Jonathan Hen, Dimitar Stankov

Artist list  :   Nevin Arig – Sara Gackowska –  Celina Gram — Jonathan Hens – Dimitar Stankov

  from Jonathan Hens :    LONG LIVE THE KINK  part 2 collection

« The new work from the serie LONG LIVE THE KINK of   Jonathan Hens  reflects with stunning ability the diversity and unity of our realities. The individual designs, consisting of distinct structures and leather materials, refers to the structures that make human beings versatile. The notion that each individual is an individual in his or her own right that differs from others through superficial and hypodermic characteristics becomes apparent. However, subtly Hens’ work forces us to look beyond. Touching upon the underlying notions in his previous collection where he made us question the differences between sexes, this collection makes us question the importance of dissimilarities. Hens’ most recent collection compells to focus on the unity rather than the diversity of individuals. In designing LONG LIVE THE KINK he started out with one geometrical shape and slightly tweaked and bended the particular form. The sublime interpretation of reality cunningly brings perspective into the dualistic worlds of the other and the self. Leaning towards the tabula rasa concept, he shows the oneness of human beings together in one nation.Becoming typical of Hens’ work is the insights he leaves us with regarding our world and how we choose to perceive it. «   – by Agnes Sabitova

Jonathan HENS -  LONG LIVE THE KINK   collection

Jonathan HENS -  LONG LIVE THE KINK   collection

Jonathan HENS -  LONG LIVE THE KINK   collectionJonathan HENS -  LONG LIVE THE KINK   collection

Jonathan HENS -  LONG LIVE THE KINK   collectionJonathan HENS -  LONG LIVE THE KINK   collection

Jonathan HENS -  LONG LIVE THE KINK   collectionJonathan HENS -  LONG LIVE THE KINK   collection

Jonathan HENS -  LONG LIVE THE KINK   collectionJonathan HENS -  LONG LIVE THE KINK   collection

 

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Dimitar Stankov -   #93onthemap#dimitarstankov#TRANSFORMATION #contemporaryjewelry #schmuck #electroforming #munichjewelleryweek2018 #neckpiece #ritualsDimitar STANKOV  

Nevin Arig - ‎TransformationNevin Arig 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Lothar Goetter Atelier
Westendstr. 76A
80339 -  Munich
GERMANY
Opening 08/03/2018 Thursday – 3 pm – 8 pm
Friday 09/03/2018 – 10 am – 6 pm
Saturday 10/03/2018 – 10 am – 2 pm
Sunday 11/03/2018 – 10 am – 2 pm

05/03/2018

EXPO ‘‎Hidden curriculum’ – during the MJW 2018 – Atelier Cepissakova, Munich (DE) – 8-11 Mars 2018

 

« ‎Hidden curriculum »

Contemporary jewelry exhibition inside   Munich Jewellery Week  (7–10 March 2018)

Popeye loves Olive  Art Space hosts an exhibition platform during Munich Jewellery Week by inviting a group of 14 Greek artists to meet the Mexican artist Jorge Manilla and to develop a joint project on Hidden Curriculum, Identity and Proxemics. 

Opening: Thursday 08/03/18 @19.00 – 22.00

Popeye loves Olive‎Hidden curriculum* MJW 2018

Participating Artists:    Jorge Manilla – Aggelika Diplari – Aggelos Konstantakatos – Anna Vlahos – Antria Prasinou – Artemis Valsamaki – Erato Kouloubi – Ioli Livada –  Joanna Grigoriou – Liana Pattihis – Marina Zachou – Niki Stylianou – Xenia Deimezi – Yakinthi Oikonomou – Yiota Vogli

 

 » Hidden Curriculum*
The Hidden curriculum consists of teaching items which are not officially intended and developed by school and educational system. The educational authorities use the concepts of “hidden curriculum” and “invisible curriculum” to explain teachings and attitudes influenced by these implicit factors (Alavi, Abdollahi and Ahmadi, 2008).
With the intention to explore behaviors, perspectives and attitudes, that the participants adopt during their learning process, in an independent way outside of an institution.
For this exhibition we have decided to take the idea of a Hidden Curriculum and explore in a free but very careful way, issues like gender roles, morals, social class, stereotypes, cultural expectations and personal language.
According to the Austrian artist and architect Hundertwasser, we have five layers of skin. From the innermost to the furthest from the centre: Epidermis, Clothes, Houses, Identity and Earth. Each layer (skin) defines and interacts with the whole human entity.
According to Proxemics, we arrange objects and ourselves in relation to space as it makes us feel more or less comfortable. Individuals naturally maintain a separation that relates to environmental and cultural factors but also to social and interpersonal situations. One could say that proxemics is separated in Intimate, Personal, Social and Public Space/Skins. Moreover, all layers of Space/Skins interact, affect and define each other.
Most importantly, it should be underlined; the above studies claim that Identity is created by social interplay.
According to history, Jewelry serves as a primary means of conveying cultural values. Traditionally, jewels were seen as sacred and precious; however, from the beginning of the 20th century, jewelry has started to be objectified. Jewelry as a result of all human social interactions becomes a product of non-verbal communication.
The process, through which a piece of jewelry is created, is totally connected with the cultural and social background of each jewelry artist. From the selection of materials to the final product, it is needed that all different possibilities and perspectives of this act to be explored.
On the other hand, the viewer interacts both with the maker and the wearer of a piece of jewelry; as jewelry narrates stories and communicates feelings and Identities. 
By comparing fourteen Greek jewelry artists’ work in opposition to that of a Mexican artist and educator; this exhibition seeks to collect information on how hidden curriculum, proxemics and identity are expressed through jewelry.
What kind of space occupies the work of each artist? What kind of skin it represents? « 

 

HIDDEN CURRICULUM - Yiota Vogli Dialogue I Νecklace / Ruthenium plated bronze, alpaca, paper pulp, grains, oxidationsYiota Vogli Dialogue I Νecklace / Ruthenium plated bronze, alpaca, paper pulp, grains, oxidations

Yiota Vogli. Brooch: Dialogue, 2017. silver, alpaca, hand painted silver, paper pulp, acrylics, cotton.Yiota Vogli. Brooch: Dialogue, 2017. silver, alpaca, hand painted silver, paper pulp, acrylics, cotton.

Yakinthi Oikonomou Brooch: Veresé, 2017 Argentium silver, bronze, stainless steel. Photo by: Orestis RovakisYakinthi Oikonomou. Brooch: Veresé, 2017. Argentium silver, bronze, stainless steel.. Photo by: Orestis Rovakis.

Yakinthi Oikonomou Home sweet home Brooch / Argentium silver, stainless steelYakinthi Oikonomou Home sweet home Brooch / Argentium silver, stainless steel

Xenia Deimezi Feed-me Necklace / Latex, cotton & polyester thread, brilliant cut diamond – avec Xenia Deimezi.Xenia Deimezi. Feed-me  Necklace / Latex, cotton & polyester thread, brilliant cut diamond 

Niki Stylianou Landscape #3 Necklace / Hand cut and hand stitched leather, thread, copper, pigments, patina – avec Niki Stylianou.Niki Stylianou.   Landscape #3  - Necklace / Hand cut and hand stitched leather, thread, copper, pigments, patina  

Niki Stylianou Necklace: Mapping: traces made solid, 2017 Copper, bronze, pigments, patina, cord. Photo by: Niki StylianouNiki Stylianou - Necklace: Mapping: traces made solid, 2017 - Copper, bronze, pigments, patina, cord. - Photo by: Niki Stylianou

Antria Prasinou Ephemeral Body Neckpiece / Copper, rice paper, ink, silver, pigments, silk thread – avec Antria Prasinou.Antria Prasinou. - Ephemeral Body - Neckpiece / Copper, rice paper, ink, silver, pigments, silk thread  

Antria Prasinou Brooch: Liberate the Senses, 2017 Copper, rice paper, ink, silver, pigments, silk thread. Photo by: Konstantinos KostopoulosAntria Prasinou - Brooch: Liberate the Senses, 2017 - Copper, rice paper, ink, silver, pigments, silk thread. - Photo by: Konstantinos Kostopoulos

Liana Pattihis Necklace: Shades of Black, 2017 Copper wire, silver chain, enamel. 89 cm Photo by: Liana PattihisLiana Pattihis - Necklace: Shades of Black, 2017 - Copper wire, silver chain, enamel. 89 cm  Photo by: Liana Pattihis

Erato Kouloubi Food Victim 1 Brooch / Pasta, acrylics, pigments, silverErato Kouloubi Food Victim 1 Brooch / Pasta, acrylics, pigments, silver

Erato Kouloubi Brooch: Food Victim, 2018 Pasta, acrylics, pigments, silver. Photo by: Erato KouloubiErato Kouloubi - Brooch: Food Victim, 2018 - Pasta, acrylics, pigments, silver. Photo by: Erato Kouloubi

Aggelika Diplari Garden Brooches Wood, argentium silver, pigments, patina – avec Aggelika Diplari. Aggelika Diplari. - Garden  Brooches - Wood, argentium silver, pigments, patina 

Ioli Livada Brooch: Untitled, 2017-2018 Bronze, corn leaves, pigments, threads, sterling silver. Photo by: Fanis Logothetis

Ioli Livada  -  Brooch: Untitled, 2017-2018 - Bronze, corn leaves, pigments, threads, sterling silver. Photo by: Fanis Logothetis

Ioli Livada Brooch: Imaginary Flowers 5, 2018 Bronze, corn leaves, pigments, threads, sterling silver.Ioli Livada - Brooch: Imaginary Flowers 5, 2018 - Bronze, corn leaves, pigments, threads, sterling silver.

Joanna Grigoriou Fragments 3 Brooch / Wood, resin, pigments, stainless steel

Joanna Grigoriou Fragments 3 Brooch / Wood, resin, pigments, stainless steel  

Anna Vlahos Meander 1 Brooch / Sterling silver, stainless steelAnna Vlahos Meander 1 Brooch / Sterling silver, stainless steel

Artemis Valsamaki Brooch: Keep the Faith, 2017 Copper, silver, acrylic paint. Photo by: Alexis KamitsosArtemis Valsamaki - Brooch: Keep the Faith, 2017 - Copper, silver, acrylic paint. - Photo by: Alexis Kamitsos

 

Jorge Manilla Insides  Brooch / Wood, cochayuyo, copper steel

Jorge Manilla - Insides  Brooch / Wood, cochayuyo, copper steel

Jorge Manilla Object: Untitled, 2018 Cochayuyo, rubber. Photo by: Christian TvibergJorge Manilla  Object: Untitled, 2018 - Cochayuyo, rubber. - Photo by: Christian Tviberg

 

 

 
Atelier Cepissakova 
Ligsalzstrasse 29
80339 Munich / München, Deutschland
- Thursday 08.03.18 [10.00 – 17.00]
OPENING: 19.00 – 22.00
- Friday 09.03.18: [10.00 – 18.00]
- Saturday 10.03.18 [10.00 – 13.00]
- Sunday 11.03.18 [11.00 – 16.00]Contact:
Erato Kouloubi
eratokosmima@yahoo.com
+30 6944871569http://www.munichjewelleryweek.com/event/hidden-curriculum/

04/03/2018

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Julia Obermaier present during SCHMUCK 2018 (Munich Jewellery Week (MJW) – 7–10 March 2018

Julia Obermaier, with her very talented creations, is, of course, VERY present during the   Munich Jewellery Week  2018 (MJW 7-10 March 2018)

Julia Obermaier is a Jewellery Maker from Germany.
She graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Trier University of Applied Sciences, Departement of Gemstones and Jewellery in Idar-Oberstein, Germany.
Since 2016 she has her own atelier in Kempten, Germany.

 

 at first present at the exhibition   Holy Rock with her group ASTONISH , at Internationale Handwerksmesse München, from the 7th to the 13th of march in  Hall B1, Stand-No. 759

ASTONISH is a collective of seven female contemporary jewellery makers sharing a common passion: (gem) stones. For the third consecutive year, they will exhibit their work at Internationale Handwerks Messe(IHM) in Munich, March 2018.
Artist list  :  Sharareh Aghaei – Eva Burton – Gabriela Cohn – Pia Groh – Helen Habtay — Stephie Morawetz — Julia Obermaier

Astonish HOLY ROCK

« Child of the elements.
You connect us to the past and our memories. You give us silence and peace. Hypnotized, we gaze at you when exploring your inner worlds. Born from time and the forces of nature you are everlasting and the matter of our making.
Every Rock is holy, indeed. From stones as silent observers, we make valuable experiences, we communicate through our making. Find the seven makers of ASTONISH for the third consecutive year at SCHMUCK, to pay hommage/tribute to ‘THE HOLY ROCK’ in you and me.
So let us celebrate together Gems and Jewels. »

 

Julia_Obermaier - ASTONISH Dancing on a wonky table – Necklace – Agate, resin, pigment, fabric, silver – 27 x 9 x 5 cm – 2017 – Julia ObermaierJulia Obermaier -   Dancing on a wonky table – Necklace – Agate, resin, pigment, fabric, silver – 27 x 9 x 5 cm – 2017 – Julia Obermaier

« My main subject is about private space. In my pieces I create rooms, containers, boxes or little caves. These spaces can be filled with ones own personal feelings, perceptions and sensations. I see my work as containers protecting the innermost emotions of the viewer or wearer, that they use to confront a busy world. »

 

Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich
Hall B1, Stand-No. 759.
Willy Brandt Allee 1, Messegelände
81829 -  Munich
GERMANY
And THEN she is present at   »Die denkende Haut – the perfect sense » -  EXHIBITION   08- 14 MAR 2018 - at  Kunstpavillon
.Die denkende Haut - the perfect sense -  EXHIBITION  /  MJW-SchmuckTalente2018  /  08- 14 MAR 2018 - Kunstpavillon - Garten Sophienstr 7a 80333 -  Munich  GERMANY - -Artist list Peter Bauhuis, Doris Betz, Babette Brühl, Florian Buddeberg, Attai Chen, Eunmi Chun, Anna Maria Eichlinger, Samira Goetz, Merlin Klein, Julia Obermaier, Carina Shoshtary, Nadja Soloviev
Artist list :     Peter BauhuisDoris Betz — Babette Brühl — Florian Buddeberg — Attai ChenEunmi ChunAnna Maria Eichlinger — Samira Goetz — Merlin Klein –  Julia ObermaierCarina Shoshtary — Nadja Soloviev
 » For people as well as for jewellery, everything begins with the skin – the surface, the countless surface possibility in jewellery pieces depending on the material and workmanship. We can try to look through the skin/surface and try to interpret with those pieces. On display are the latest works of 11 jewellery artists and 1 painter from Munich.  »
Every perception begins with the skin, the surface. For people as well as for jewellery. Here, in jewellery, there are countless surfaces – smooth or rough, monochrome or multicoloured, porous or impermeable, chaotic or orderly, depending on the material and workmanship. There are no limits to the diversity of haptic sensations. Likewise with the jewellery in the exhibition Die denkende Haut [The Thinking Skin]. Are we able to look through skin, though, through the surface, inwards, to the essence of the jewellery? Can we do it with people? Neither is a simple undertaking! But we can try to interpret, to read them.
For example, with Julia Obermaier, who cuts, polishes and assembles sculptural-architectural forms from agate, the stone that emerged from volcanic nodules over millions of years. The immortality of nature and the finiteness of man are brought together in an allegorical juxtaposition. Or with Carina Shoshtary, who takes graffiti, dissects it and recomposes it in her jewellery. Messages are thus preserved and interpreted anew. Freedom of thought is manifested in jewellery. The concrete necklaces by Samira Götz only appear to be heavy; they are, however, surprisingly light. They function as burden and liberation at once. The last example is Merlin Klein, whose ‘ash jewellery’ simultaneously stands for grief, solace and remembrance.
The works on display constitute not just surface, technique and workmanship; they are concepts, with a message for the beholder. They allow one to gaze deep into the essence of the individual, nature and the universe; this is jewellery and art, or art and jewellery, or only jewellery, or just art, wearable on the skin or an object in a vitrine, ultimately simply beautiful and an eternally exciting process when one allows the ‘skin to think’. / Dirk Allgaier, February 2018
« Thinking is not only an abstract act of intellectual reckoning, but also a kind of responsive intelligence permeating our bodies and navigating us through our daily entanglements on the physical, emotional and creative planes. In this sense, dance is an embodied reflection on space; and the mind of an angler is in the hand curled around the fishing rod. Similarly, the movement of fingers on the keyboard of a piano is a visible extension of the musical thinking within the body of a performer, and the same fingers on the keyboard of a computer reproduce the dictates of a cerebral algorithm.
Between anything that touches and anything that is touched – be it an inanimate object or a living body – is the skin, which not only sends out signals like lustre, youth and freshness fromwithin, but also absorbs impulses from without, to be analysed, interpreted and answered in due time. The skin is an interface, revealing an inside and effecting responses in the environment; or thinking an outside by opening up and responding to stimuli. And when it becomes a foundation and support for structures of metals, stones, pearls, etc., then it draws in the elements of the world into its own cycle of impression and expression, transforming them into jewellery and enabling the enhancement of an adorned body.
But, owing to its intermediary position between an inside and an outside, the skin is afflicted with the same mysterious hybridity that characterises all limits and thresholds. Is it still the body? Or is it already part of the environment? Is it still an organ covering all other organs, a spread of epidermis capable of being seen, touched, injured? Or is it already a material, formed to a shield, a mask, an ornament? Or is it neither the one nor the other, but simply an immaterial and intermediary space of difference?
Such questions cannot be quite avoided in the familiar “practices of appearance” like the fine and the applied arts. They are also at the root of the constellation of jewellery and painting that are being presented in this exhibition. »  / Thinking skin by Pravu Mazumdar
Julia Obermaier  Necklace 'Space between' agate, silver, resin, pigment  2017   MJW 2018 n°42  'Die Denkende Haut- The Perfect Sense'
Julia Obermaier  • Necklace « Space between » • agate, silver, resin, pigment • 2017 • ©photo by artist  MJW 2018 #42 : « Die Denkende Haut- The Perfect Sense » group exhibition
 
Kunstpavillon
Garten Sophienstr 7a
80333 -  Munich  GERMANY

EXPO ‘Holy Rock’ – during the Munich Jewellery Week (MJW) – Internationale Handwerksmesse München, Munich (DE) – 7-13 Mars 2018

Holy Rock

 Contemporary jewelry exhibition inside   Munich Jewellery Week   (MJW)  7 – 10 March

ASTONISH 2018 at Internationale Handwerksmesse München, from the 7th to the 13th of march in

Hall B1, Stand-No. 759

ASTONISH is a collective of seven female contemporary jewellery makers sharing a common passion: (gem) stones. For the third consecutive year, they will exhibit their work at Internationale Handwerks Messe(IHM) in Munich, March 2018.

Artist list  :  Sharareh Aghaei – Eva Burton – Gabriela Cohn – Pia Groh – Helen Habtay — Stephie MorawetzJulia Obermaier

Astonish HOLY ROCK - MJW 2018

Child of the elements.
You connect us to the past and our memories. You give us silence and peace. Hypnotized, we gaze at you when exploring your inner worlds. Born from time and the forces of nature you are everlasting and the matter of our making.
Every Rock is holy, indeed. From stones as silent observers, we make valuable experiences, we communicate through our making. Find the seven makers of ASTONISH for the third consecutive year at SCHMUCK, to pay hommage/tribute to ‘THE HOLY ROCK’ in you and me.
So let us celebrate together Gems and Jewels.

 

Astonish HOLY ROCK

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Julia Obermaier - ASTONISH    Dancing on a wonky table – Necklace – Agate, resin, pigment, fabric, silver – 27 x 9 x 5 cm – 2017 – Julia ObermaierJulia Obermaier -   Dancing on a wonky table – Necklace – Agate, resin, pigment, fabric, silver – 27 x 9 x 5 cm – 2017 – Julia Obermaier

 

ASTONISH - Eva Burton - En el umbral de Xibalba – necklace – Anodized aluminium, syntetic corundum, 14 kt gold – 33.5 x 16 x 2.5 cm – 2017 – Qi WangEva Burton – En el umbral de Xibalba – necklace – Anodized aluminium, syntetic corundum, 14 kt gold – 33.5 x 16 x 2.5 cm – 2017 – Qi Wang

Sharareh Aghaei - ASTONISH - Untitled – Necklace – Titanium Nets, Malachite and lapis lazuli Powder, Cement, Resin epoxy – 40x17x4 cm – 2017 – Nima AshrafiSharareh Aghaei -   Untitled – Necklace – Titanium Nets, Malachite and lapis lazuli Powder, Cement, Resin epoxy – 40x17x4 cm – 2017 – Nima Ashrafi

Stephie Morawetz - ASTONISH - Golden Look – Vagina Mirror – Olive wood, mirror Perspex, Perspex, gold plated brass – 13 x 10 x 1,5 – 2017 – photo rights Shenkar College of Engineering and DesignStephie Morawetz -  Golden Look – Vagina Mirror – Olive wood, mirror Perspex, Perspex, gold plated brass – 13 x 10 x 1,5 – 2017 – photo rights Shenkar College of Engineering and Design

STEPHIE MORAWETZ | astonish - Same Shit – Necklace – Bird shit pearls (from the Shenkar jewelry department), gold plated brass – 2017 – photo rights Stephie MorawetzStephie Morawetz - Same Shit – Necklace – Bird shit pearls (from the Shenkar jewelry department), gold plated brass – 2017 – photo rights Stephie Morawetz

GABRIELA COHN | astonish  - Organic Bowl – Object – Porcelain – 14 x 15 x 12 cm – 2017GABRIELA COHN   - Organic Bowl – Object – Porcelain – 14 x 15 x 12 cm – 2017

Gabriela Cohn Necklace: Bornn, 2016 Porcelain, Silver, Alpaca, Pigments 22 x 14 x 35 Photo by: Qi WangGabriela Cohn Necklace: Bornn, 2016 Porcelain, Silver, Alpaca, Pigments 22 x 14 x 35 Photo by: Qi Wang

Pia Groh Necklace: N 7, 2017 Agate, oxidized silver. 6 x 5 x 23 cmPia Groh – N`7 – Necklace – oxidized Silver, agate – 23 x 6 x 5 cm – 2017 – Photo rights Pia Groh

Helen Habtay - ASTONISH - Map and Territory-No8    Map and Territory, no8 – Necklace – Leather, Tiger Eye, Ribbon, Rubber – 46 x 7,5 x 3 cm – 2017 – Photo rights Qi WangHelen Habtay -  Map and Territory-No8    Map and Territory, no8 – Necklace – Leather, Tiger Eye, Ribbon, Rubber – 46 x 7,5 x 3 cm – 2017 – Photo rights Qi Wang

 

 

 
Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich
Hall B1, Stand-No. 759.
Willy Brandt Allee 1, Messegelände
81829 -  Munich
GERMANY

01/03/2018

EXPO ‘INFLUENCES’ – during the Munich Jewellery Week – B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) – 7-10 Mars 2018

INFLUENCES

Contemporary jewelry exhibition inside   Munich Jewellery Week    7 – 10 March
opening: 7 March - 3pm  at  B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck

 

INFLUENCES - Contemporary jewelry exhibition inside  Munich Jewellery Week  7 - 10 March  opening: 7 March - 3pm     B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck  Zieblandstraße 19, 80799 München, Deutschland - Artists: Claudia Steiner, Corrado De Meo, Elin Flognman, Gabi Veit, Gigi Mariani, Judy McCaig, Lluís Comín, Maria Rosa Franzin, Nicola Heidemann, Patrizia Bonati, Stefano Rossi, Yoko Takirai/Pietro Pellitteri.

The City, the environment and the surrounding landscape in which one lives, inevitably affects our doing and being. Architecture, urbanity, green space, colors, sounds, smells, neighborhood, open spaces, quality of life, mentality, politics, social and societal developments, old and new, climate, tradition, modify and characterize the city and the lifestyle.

Consciously or unconsciously – this is also reflected in the work and expressions from the artist living and working there. Born or moved to this place, it affects the vision and inspiration, existing is taken up and re-interpreted and refleocted. This expresses itself in the form, color, material and technics.

The current works of the participating artists from geographically, structurally and scenic different – large or small cities – reflect all this conditions.

 

Artists:     Claudia Steiner – Corrado De Meo –  Elin Flognman – Gabi Veit –  Gigi Mariani – Judy McCaig – Lluís Comín – Maria Rosa Franzin –  Nicola Heidemann –  Patrizia Bonati –  Stefano Rossi – Yoko Takirai/Pietro Pellitteri.

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 Patrizia Bonati / Cremona

Patrizia Bonati / Cremona

Patrizia Bonati  -  - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Patrizia Bonati 

Lluis Comin -  - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Lluís Comín / Barcelona

Lluis Comin -  - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Lluis Comin 

Elin Flognman /Trollhättan

Elin Flognman /Trollhättan

Elin Flognman  - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Elin Flognman

Maria Rosa Franzin / Padova

Maria Rosa Franzin / Padova – brooch

Maria Rosa Franzin -  - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Maria Rosa Franzin 

Nicola Heidemann / Passau

Nicola Heidemann / Passau

Nicola Heidemann - - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Nicola Heidemann

Judy McCaig -Barcelona/ Edinburgh

Judy McCaig -Barcelona/ Edinburgh

Judy McCaig  - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Judy McCaig 

Gigi Mariani /Modena

Gigi Mariani /Modena

Gigi Mariani -  - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Gigi Mariani 

Corrado De Meo /Livorno

Corrado De Meo /Livorno

Corrado de Meo  - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Corrado de Meo 

Stefano  Rossi  -  - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Stefano  Rossi 

Stefano  Rossi  -  - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Stefano  Rossi  

Claudia Steiner - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Claudia Steiner /wien

Claudia Steiner - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Claudia Steiner

Gabi Veit

Gabi Veit

Gabi Veit /Bolzano

Gabi Veit /Bolzano

Gabi Veit  - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Gabi Veit  

Yoko Takirai/Pietro  Pellitteri- EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Yoko Takirai/Pietro  Pellitteri

Yoko Takirai/Pietro Pellitteri - EXPO 'INFLUENCES' - during the Munich Jewellery Week - B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck, Munich (DE) - 7-10 Mars 2018

Yoko Takirai/Pietro Pellitteri 

 

B/E Galerie Benjamin Eck
Zieblandstraße 19,
80799 München, Deutschland

Hours:
Opening: Wednesday – 3pm

Wednesday: 3pm – 7pm
Thursday: 11:00am – 7:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 11:00am – 6:00pm

Special: Saturday – 11am
“meet the artists & breakfast”

16/03/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (7) – ‘SHESH six jewelry artists’ – Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV Gallery), Munich (DE) – 24 Fevr.-1er Avril 2017

 7 (on map) SHESH six jewelry artists

24. Februar bis 01.April 2017 – Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV Gallery)

Eröffnung: Donnerstag, 23. Februar 2017, 18.30 bis 20.30 Uhr (Opening 23.02 18:30)

Curator: Esther Knobel
Under the guidance of Esther Knobel, the group has been meeting regularly since 2006, conducting an ongoing discourse in the jewelry field, on the path to forming and cultivating a personal creative language.
For more info please enter our site www.sheshandmore.com
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  7 (on map) Munich Jewellery Week 2017 /  SHESH - 6 Jewellery Artists - Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV Gallery)

artists:  Alona Katzir — Hadas LevinNoa LiranSara Shahak — Shuli Egozi — Sigal Meshorer – all live and work in Israel.

Sara Shahak Sara Shahak

 Sara Shahak - necklace Sara Shahak - necklace   Sara Shahak Sara Shahak

Alona KatzirAlona Katzir

 Noa LiranNoa Liran

Shuli EgoziShuli Egozi

Sigal MeshorerSigal Meshorer

7 SHESH group - Hadas Levin -: Hadas Levin

 

 

Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV Gallery)
 Pacellistraße 6-8
Munich
+49 89 2901470
info@bayerischer-kunstgewerbeverein.de
Öffnungszeiten: Mo bis Sa 10 bis 18 Uhr
Sonderöffnung, Sonntag, 12. März 2017, 11 bis 17 Uhr meet the artist mit SHESH, 13 bis 15 Uhr
www.bayerischer-kunstgewerbeverein.de
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11/03/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (9) – ‘Off The Shelf’ / Central Saint Martins – Vitsoe, Munich (DE) – 4-14 Mars 2017

(9) Off The Shelf

work by staff and students of Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design course.

9  Off the Shelf

Off the Shelf is an exhibition of work by staff and students of Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design course. For a second year running, the designers are delighted to be returning to show at Vitsœ in Munich. The exhibition follows on from a series of projects where staff and students have displayed their work together in a celebration of the diverse and lively approach to contemporary jewellery and objects.
BA Jewellery Design approaches the subject of jewellery as a conversation between body and object, with originality and innovation at its heart. Based in the centre of London, we enjoy superb links with industry and encourage our students to engage with the wider social contexts of their work while developing their own creative practices and a diverse set of technical skills.
 
with :  Anna Tuhus — Ariel Yi-Chen Tsai — Carola Solcia — Caroline Broadhead — Chloe Valorso — Coline Assade — Elena Bonanomi — Emily Grimble — Erica Heng — Florance Tebbutt — Giles Last — Jasleen Kaur –  Jing Jiang — Katy Hackney — Kigen Kamijima — Lin CheungLucie DavisLucie GledhillMaria Militsi — Marlene McKibbin — Max Warren — Melanie Georgacopoulos — Michelle Lung — Miho Ishizuka — Naomi Filmer –  Sam Rodway-Smith — Scott Armstrong — Scott WilsonSilvia Weidenbach –  Stacey Huang — Veronika Fabian — Yayun Fang — Yichen Dong

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -  Lucie Gledhill, rope necklace cut out- 'rope is patient' - a 4 meter rope chain made from 2 kilos sterling silverLucie Gledhill, rope necklace cut out – ‘rope is patient’ – a 4 meter rope chain made from 2 kilos sterling silver

Lin Cheung (Central St Martins - 2017) - delayed Reactions – Confused 2017  Brooch, Carved Lapis Lazuli, gold: Lin Cheung   – delayed Reactions – Confused 2017  Brooch, Carved Lapis Lazuli, gold

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins - Melanie Georgacopoulos, Necklace:  Melanie Georgacopoulos, Necklace

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -   Veronika Fabian, Leather Chains: Veronika Fabian, Leather Chains

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins - Elena Bonanom, Binary Finery 1: Elena Bonanomi, Binary Finery 1

Marlene Mckibbin -  'adoorable'Marlene Mckibbin -  ‘adoorable’

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -  Lucie Davis, Enamelled Price Pins: Lucie Davis, Enamelled Price Pins

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins - Stacey Huang, Buy one get one free: Stacey Huang, Buy one get one free

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -   Yayun Fang, Mary's Veil: Yayun Fang, Mary’s Veil

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -  Veronika Fabian, Jewellery is my best friend:  Veronika Fabian, Jewellery is my best friend

Chloé ValorsoChloé Valorso

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -   Chloe Valorso, Eyes: Chloe Valorso, Eyes

Naomi Filmer - objectNaomi Filmer – object

Caroline Broadhead - "Dropped Necklace"Caroline Broadhead  « Dropped Necklace »

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -  Maria Militsi, Equestrian: Maria Militsi, Equestrian

 
Vitsoe
Türkenstraße 36
80799 Munich
Mon- Fri 10:00–19:00, Sat 10:00–18:00, Sun 11:00–19:00
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10/03/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO – ‘Abruptions – Jorge Manilla’ – 84 GHz, Munich (DE) – 11-13 Mars 2017

AbruptionsJorge Manilla

Opening Friday 10th of March, 6 pm - 10 pm

« Like so many things in life, it is more about the journey than the destination and, it seems that people can find and appreciate these struggles and emotions in the finished pieces. »
 Jorge Manilla - Necklace: The damages never forgotten, 2017 Leather, steel. 52 x 20 x 7 cm

( Jorge Manilla - Necklace: The damages never forgotten, 2017 Leather, steel. 52 x 20 x 7 cm)

« Trying to find the answers about why the last time I am often overcome with waves of different emotions.
I decided to make work as a kind of personal emotional archive to read and understand this feeling in a different way.
These moments are very unpredictable and very often take me along very unexpected paths that can go from the desperation to the calmness, from the nostalgia to the happiness I have more and more the feeling I need to express something and using materials, shapes, textures, colours, emotions, feelings as tools try to make individual small stories and even when this confrontation is not easy I don’t want to lose the ability to be comprehensible to any sensitive people.

I often worry that people is indifferent to this kind of expressions in art and refuse to experience purely emotional response to purely visual, static artistically expressions in this case my jewellery pieces. Doing this personal archive, I want to create images that I think will trigger the people with their feelings, images of personal experiences, memories of pleasure of maybe memories of pain. And I enjoy of my work adding visual elements that confirm messages of create confrontations. I like to do and show the process of the work and the making, some pieces looks like not finished, the Intime moments in the studio that can show that making this kind of work can be very hard and mentally draining.
Realizing this made me feel a little more relaxed about wasting my life creating jewellery pieces. Like so many things in life, it is more about the journey than the destination and, it seems that people can find and appreciate these struggles and emotions in the finished pieces. I want to abrupt the general feeling and discover new messages on it, I want to abrupt the materials and create my personal way of communicate, I want to abrupt my emotions and let me go to a new dimension of feelings.« Jorge Manilla

 Jorge Manilla. Necklace: Learning to fly again, 2017. Leather, wood, bone, steel.. 55 x 25 x 10 cm.: Jorge Manilla. Necklace: Learning to fly again, 2017. Leather, wood, bone, steel.. 55 x 25 x 10 cm
  Jorge Manilla. Necklace: Learning to fly again, 2017. Leather, wood, bone, steel.. 55 x 25 x 10 cm.: Jorge Manilla. Necklace: Learning to fly again, (DETAIL) 2017. Leather, wood, bone, steel.. 55 x 25 x 10 cm
  Jorge Manilla. Necklace: The damages never forgotten, 2017. Leather, steel.. 52 x 20 x 7 cm.: Jorge Manilla. Necklace: The damages never forgotten, 2017. Leather, steel.. 52 x 20 x 7 cm
 
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Schleißheimer Straße 72
80797 -  Munich
GERMANY

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#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (49) – ‘Utopic Spaces’ – Munich (DE) – 9-13 Mars 2017

  (49) Utopic Spaces

 

by Noha Nicolescu (Romania) and Titi Berrio (Colombia)

(49) Utopic Spaces

49 (on map) - utopic spaces - Noha Nicolescu, Ana C. Berrio, Titi Berrio“Utopia is thus the neutral moment of a difference, the space outside of place; it is a gap impossible either to inscribe on a geographic map or to assign to history. Its reality thus belongs to the order of the text; more precisely, it is the figurative representation that the text inscribes beneath its discourse, and by it’’
Louis Marin from Utopiques, jeux d’espace

Titi Berrio. Utopic spacesTiti Berrio.
« Utopic spaces are sites with no real place but they have a general relation of direct or inverted analogy with the real space. »Utopic Spaces /Concept

 Noha Nicolescu - Bijuterie Contemporana.Noha Nicolescu – Bijuterie Contemporana

Titi Berrio. Utopic spacesTiti Berrio« utopic space clearly emerges as a space of transformation, which does not exist in structuring built space but rather in the continual transformation of a space that remains forever flexible: the mind. »Utopic Spaces /Concept

Why would anyone want to design an utopia? There are several reasons. The most important one is that utopian thought is essential to human change in all aspects.
The landscape is the container of our utopia, we transform it and it tries to keep growing between the spontaneity of nature and the human action. As a result of this, the contemporary landscapes are a mixture of dreams, intentions and chance.
Utopic Spaces is a way of materializing through jewellery the meeting of two worlds, two realities and two ways of dreaming, by Romanian artist, Noha Nicolescu, and Colombian artist, Titi Berrio.

Noha Nicolescu - Bijuterie ContemporanaNoha Nicolescu – Bijuterie Contemporana
« We believe in the transformative inner power of the imagination—a change in our inner space will affect external space. »Utopic Spaces /Concept

Noha Nicolescu - The Space Between, ring, wood, sterling silver, acrylic paint,2016, Noha Nicolescu - The Space Between, ring, wood, sterling silver, acrylic paint,2016

Noha Nicolescu - The Gate, pendant, wood, sterling silver, acrylic paint, cotton thread,2016Noha Nicolescu – The Gate, pendant, wood, sterling silver, acrylic paint, cotton thread,2016

Titi Berrio‎ - Utopic SpacesTiti Berrio

 Titi Berrio - Walls, Brooch, steel, sterling silver, felt, acrylic paint, paint, cotton thread, reflective microspheres,2016,Titi Berrio - Walls, Brooch, steel, sterling silver, felt, acrylic paint, paint, cotton thread, reflective microspheres,2016,

Titi Berrio - Cubo, Ring, steel, sterling silver, paint, reflective microspheres,2016, Titi Berrio - Cubo, Ring, steel, sterling silver, paint, reflective microspheres,2016

Titi Berrio - Expansión, necklace, felt, steel, sterling silver, cotton thread, reflective fabric,2015Titi Berrio - Expansión, necklace, felt, steel, sterling silver, cotton thread, reflective fabric,2015

THE PROJECT
The landscape is the container of our utopia, we transform it and it tries to keep growing between the spontaneity of nature and the human action.
As a result of this, the contemporary landscapes are a mixture of dreams, intentions and chance. We put spaces and structures that are filled with experiences, nature, feelings and emotions on a canvas called landscape and we do the same with the jewels that can appropriate the body’s landscape.
Utopic Spaces is a way of materializing through jewelry the meeting of two worlds, two realities and two ways of dreaming. Noha Nicolescu from Romania and Titi Berrio from Colombia appropriated an atelier , a landscape in which a collective dream is built and exposed.

 

References
Lefebvre, H., (2000) Writing on cities. Blackwell Publishers
Foucault, M., (1984) Of Other Spaces: Utopias and Heterotopias, Architecture /Mouvement/ Continuité
Laffoley, P., (2001) Utopic space. The Boston Visionary Cell
Louis Marin from, Utopiques, jeux d’espace

 

 

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09/03/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (37) – « Duality of Presence » – Super+Centercourt Gallery, Munich (DE) – 8-14 Mars 2017

(37)  « Duality of Presence« 

Opening Reception: March 8, 6pm

runs 08.03–14.03

Duality of Presence, is a curatorial collaboration between American Professors of Jewelry/Metalsmithing Kerianne Quick and Jess Tolbert.
The exhibition brings together contemporary jewelers and metalsmiths working in the United States, who use specific material and form to tell stories about place, histories, and conveyance.

(37) Duality of Presence

dualityofpresence  takes an explicit look at a generation of American contemporary makers united by the urge to connect to things and the world. As we grapple with the legacy of [alternative] material use in art jewelry in the age of globalization – we are united in the urgency our works express to identify with and bring insight to what it means to be in the world now. This exhibition was born from a noticeable shared concern and strategy expressed in the work of curators, colleagues, and other makers in the field. Within the field of contemporary art jewelry many reject or limit the use of precious materials associated with conventional jewelry in favor of non-traditional materials, focusing on a formal expression that may be conceptual in some way, or simply aesthetic. However some contemporary practitioners, including the artists in this exhibition, are mining material – calling upon origins, sourcing, histories, and/or supply chain information to embed value into the materials they select and use. This excavation is a powerful tool for authenticating and enhancing their underlying concepts. 

Recognizing this shared methodology as an important movement in American contemporary art jewelry and metalsmithing, Duality of Presence defines and explores those engaged with ‘material specificity’ in their making. We position the term ‘material specificity’ as a way of looking towards how material communicates complex and distinct narratives. Thinking of materials as active agents in the creation of meaning pushes past the notion that they are meaningless conduits and asserts a more substantive role; as conveyors of information, bearers of histories, and assemblers of discourses. Material Specific Artists enter into a deliberate collaboration and cooperative act with materials in the pursuit of meaning.

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Jina Seo - Super + Centercourt Gallery  « @dualityofpresence during the Munich Jewellery Week 2017. Some of my experimental pieces that push the boundary of jewelry and clothing are in the show « 
Jina SEO  (EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1)

Jina SEO -Holes_detail5 - "The fragments of ordinary clothes convey a tactile and erotic interaction, emphasizing the physical movements between certain parts of body and garments."  — Jina Seo: Jina SEO – Holes_detail5

 Jina Seo - The fragments of ordinary clothes convey a tactile and erotic interaction,  emphasizing the physical movements between certain parts of body and  garments."  — Jina Seo: Jina SEO - Holes_detail

SCHMUCK 2017 - DOP  (dualityofpresence) -  Jina SEO:  Jina SEO – HOLES -
«  »The fragments of ordinary clothes convey a tactile and erotic interaction, emphasizing the physical movements between certain parts of body and garments. »

DOP Duality of Presence Exhibition (@dualityofpresence) - Jina Seo "HOLES": Jina Seo « HOLES »

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Participating Artists :  Jessica Andersen – Lynn Batchelder – Thea ClarkNikki Couppee – Motoko Furuhashi – Steven Gordon Holman – Alexandra HoppMasumi Kataoka –  Joshua Kosker – Tova Lund – Sharon Massey – Jaydan Moore – Wei Lah Poh –  Kerianne Quick (Curator) — Kaiya Rainbolt – Yumi Janairo Roth –  Jina Seo – Jess Tolbert (Curator) — Demitra Ryan-Thomloudis

DOP  (dualityofpresence) -  Alexandra Hopp tagneckAlexandra Hopp –  tagneck.  « I use the traditional jewelry forms, techniques, materials, and visual vocabulary of the goldsmith, in purposeful profusion so the original function is lost, resulting in an exercise in mania. » DOP  (dualityofpresence)  -  Alexandra Hopp  Bibliomania: Alexandra HoppBibliomania necklace

 Joshua Kosker _hiding-in-the-flesh - How do objects shape experiences and, in turn, how can actions imprint meaning on the material world?"  —:  Joshua Kosker – hiding-in-the-flesh – « How do objects shape experiences and, in turn, how can actions imprint meaning on the material world? »

 Joshua Kosker _nestle - How do objects shape experiences and, in turn, how can actions imprint meaning on the material world?"  —:  Joshua Kosker _ nestle

Joshua Kosker _embed. - Utopia towels - How do objects shape experiences and, in turn, how can actions imprint meaning on the material world?" DOP (dualityofpresence) - kosker_embed_detail. - How do objects shape experiences and, in turn, how can actions imprint meaning on the material world?"  —  Joshua Kosker:

Joshua Kosker _embed. – Utopia towels

DOP (dualityofpresence) -  Thea Clark - Head of Franz Joseph Fiord:  Thea Clark - « Head of Franz Joseph Fiord »

 "The layers build with the resonance of color, texture, and material choices, allowing the pieces to pay homage to the natural wonder of the Arctic."  — Thea Clark: Thea Clark  « The layers build with the resonance of color, texture, and material choices, allowing the pieces to pay homage to the natural wonder of the Arctic. » 

Kerianne Quick- Transmutations_1. - "This work is based on the human urge to collect, to mark occasions with tangible objects, and an objects ability to connect us to history and memory." Kerianne Quick- Transmutations_1. – « This work is based on the human urge to collect, to mark occasions with tangible objects, and an objects ability to connect us to history and memory. »

Kerianne Quick  Transmutations - "This work is based on the human urge to collect, to mark occasions with tangible objects, and an objects ability to connect us to history and memory."  Kerianne Quick - Transmutations

Wei Lah Poh-  White Handle, necklace. -  "Handle draws upon enamelware’s visible record of use; it’s degraded and chipped edges, as well as the beautiful patina of rust on steel." Wei Lah Poh-  White Handle, necklace. -  « Handle draws upon enamelware’s visible record of use; it’s degraded and chipped edges, as well as the beautiful patina of rust on steel. »

Wei Lah Poh -  White Cup Wounded, bracelet with cup. -    "Handle draws upon enamelware’s visible record of use; it’s degraded and chipped edges, as well as the beautiful patina of rust on steel."  Wei Lah Poh -  White Cup Wounded, bracelet with cup

Kaiya Rainbolt -  Mattress#1 (Fear) - How can we respond to issues that are challenging and not succumb to the  urge to reject those that are painful to us?"  Kaiya Rainbolt -  Mattress#1 (Fear) – How can we respond to issues that are challenging and not succumb to the  urge to reject those that are painful to us? » 

Kaiya Rainbolt -  Confusion. -   "How can we respond to issues that are challenging and not succumb to the urge to reject those that are painful to us?"  — Kaiya Rainbolt: Kaiya Rainbolt -  Confusion

DoP  (dualityofpresence)   Kaiya Rainbolt's Violation #1  Kaiya Rainbolt‘s Violation #1

 Lynn Batchelder, How to Build a House:  Lynn Batchelder, How to Build a House

Demitra Thomloudis  "As jewelry, these intimate objects coexist with the body as a means to connect with the landscape from afar." Demitra Thomloudis  Over the Wall’ a series of 90 brooches inspired by the cross boarder view – El Paso to Ciudad Juarez’s Anapra neighborhood. Cement, brass, steel paint, graphite pencil. – « As jewelry, these intimate objects coexist with the body as a means to connect with the landscape from afar. »

  Demitra Thomloudis 'Over the Wall' a series of 90 brooches inspired by the cross boarder view - El Paso to Ciudad Juarez's Anapra neighborhood. Cement, brass, steel paint, graphite pencil.  Demitra Thomloudis ‘Over the Wall’ a series of 90 brooches inspired by the cross boarder view – El Paso to Ciudad Juarez’s Anapra neighborhood. Cement, brass, steel paint, graphite pencil.

Demitra Thomloudis - "As jewelry, these intimate objects coexist with the body as a means to connect with the landscape from afar."  —: Demitra Thomloudis  ‘Over the Wall’ a series of 90 brooches inspired by the cross boarder view – El Paso to Ciudad Juarez’s Anapra neighborhood. Cement, brass, steel paint, graphite pencil.

  Motoko Furuhashi mesilla_fromt -  I  "I am fascinated by the natural cycle of growth, decay, and death – and the complexity of the processes that govern life between one place and the next."  —: Motoko Furuhashi - mesilla_fromt -  I  « I am fascinated by the natural cycle of growth, decay, and death – and the complexity of the processes that govern life between one place and the next. »

Steven Gordon Holman - Stone Rabbit Neckpiece. - "The Tribe was born out of the West Desert and contemporary hunting culture; its shaman the rabbit and its oracle the magpie." Steven Gordon Holman – Stone Rabbit Neckpiece. – « The Tribe was born out of the West Desert and contemporary hunting culture; its shaman the rabbit and its oracle the magpie. »

Steven Gordon Holman -  Black Totem Neckpiece-  "The Tribe was born out of the West Desert and contemporary hunting culture; its shaman the rabbit and its oracle the magpie."  —: Steven Gordon Holman -  Black Totem Neckpiece

Nikki Couppee  corsageIV. brooch - "With the use of these everyday materials, I am able to exaggerate the size and abundance of gemstones to parody or poke fun at the socio-economic issues of class systems physically made manifest in the wearing of fine jewelry."  Nikki Couppee  corsageIV. brooch – « With the use of these everyday materials, I am able to exaggerate the size and abundance of gemstones to parody or poke fun at the socio-economic issues of class systems physically made manifest in the wearing of fine jewelry. » 

  Jessica  Anderson - "By presenting refuse in the intimate and personal format of jewelry, I ask the viewer to reflect upon their relationships to objects and things."   Jessica  Anderson – « By presenting refuse in the intimate and personal format of jewelry, I ask the viewer to reflect upon their relationships to objects and things. »

  Deposit1 Jessica Anderson - "By presenting refuse in the intimate and personal format of jewelry, I ask the viewer to reflect upon their relationships to objects and things."  —:  Deposit1 Jessica Anderson

 Tova Lund -  "This work explores my physical and psychological relationship to landscape and place.":  Tova Lund -  « This work explores my physical and psychological relationship to landscape and place. »

 Tova Lund's - Here and There   Tova Lund‘s – Here and There 

 Sharon Massey  Brickwork X necklace .     "My work is inspired by the post-industrial landscape of Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. Through use of both labor and materials I pay homage to the region’s blue-collar past.":  Sharon Massey  – Brickwork – X necklace –   « My work is inspired by the post-industrial landscape of Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. Through use of both labor and materials I pay homage to the region’s blue-collar past. »

 Sharon Massey  Brickwork_Necklace - "My work is inspired by the post-industrial landscape of Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. Through use of both labor and materials I pay homage to the region’s blue-collar past."  —:  Sharon Massey  Brickwork_Necklace

DOP - Masumi Kataoka: Masumi Kataoka

Masumi Kataoka - DOP: Masumi Kataoka « I am interested in what jewelry can do. »

 Yumi Roth - Barbed_Wire_Ov. - "I explore immigration, hybridity, and displacement through discrete objects, site-responsive installations, solo projects, and collaborations."   — Yumi Janairo Roth: Yumi Roth – Barbed_Wire_Ov. – « I explore immigration, hybridity, and displacement through discrete objects, site-responsive installations, solo projects, and collaborations. »

DOP - Jess Tolbert _willowful2: Jess Tolbert – willowful2 – « I am interested in the ability objects hold – to connect people to individual and collective experiences, whether meaningful, evocative, or mundane. »

Jess Tolbert - willowful4 - "I am interested in the ability objects hold - to connect people to individual and collective experiences, whether meaningful, evocative, or mundane."   — Jess Tolbert: Jess Tolbert - willowful4

 Duality of Presence defines and explores ‘material specificity’ as a movement in American contemporary art jewellery and metalsmithing where artists aim to reveal hidden narratives through the use of specific materials. The works emphasize the importance of maker-viewer communication, by demonstrating the effectiveness of material centered conveyance, where artists tell stories that connect to the wider world. The works demonstrate a broad range of subject matter, with material specificity as the common thread. In addition to the physical display of objects, the exhibition will include two interactive digital components, a innovative use of virtual reality and an interactive website. Virtual reality headsets integrated into the gallery display will show VR videos produced by selected participating artists using a virtual reality multi-lens camera. Each video will transport the viewer from the gallery to a significant site or moment chosen and filmed by the artist.

 

 

 

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80799 Munich
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