DIALOGUE X THE HUNT

A Dialogue Collective in collaboration with 84GHz
@ Kunstgieberei Schwabing
18th-20th March 2011
MUNICH

Dialogue is a group of artists with a passion for Jewellery and Silversmithing in the broadest terms of these two disciplines. The Dialogue Collective consists of makers with a connection to London Metropolitan University aka The Cass, as well as invited guests. The remit is to develop new ways to create and show Jewellery and Silversmithing through making and discussion, bringing contemporary jewellery to new audiences.

Dialogue X has met in secret in central London for the past few months to bring you their latest venture. Each member was given a brown bag of ten random directions. Their starting point on the map was Charing Cross and they all arrived at ten different locations in central London individually following their own ten directions. The final location for each was the starting point for the members own interpretation of their finished piece for this show.

This exhibition is housed in a working foundry and incorporates a shoppery selling a variety of work made by the Dialogue X Collective.

The Hunters
Petra Bishai
Amy Death
Elsa Hedberg
Buddug Humphries
Timothy Information Limited
Therese Morch
Julia Patterson
Paolo Scura
Margot Sevadjian
Rachel Terry

Event hosted by
Dr Sylvia Katzwinkel – 84GHz

Private view
Friday 18th March 18.00 – 21.00

Brunch view
Sunday 20th March 11.00

Show runs
Friday 18th – 20th March 11.00 – 20.00

Kunstgieberei Schwabing Schleibheimer Str 72 80797 Munchen

Contact: timothyinformationlimited@gmx.com
http://www.dialoguecollective.co.uk
https://dialoguecollective.wordpress.com
twitter.com/dialoguelondon

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