Petra uses the imagery of shifting sands to explore how we adapt and interact with a new landscape. Transition occurs: do you go with the flow, do you contest the change or do you create your own pathway?
Darja’s body of work is a collection of snippets from thoughts, observations and memories allowing the viewers’ create their own storyline.
Coded Necklaces have messages concealed within their geometric structure. The ‘line and circle’ symbols represent different letters of the alphabet.
Contemporary twist to iconic pieces of classic jewellery by turning them
into magnetic silicone rubber brooches.
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Jewellery for those that like red, black, white, plastic, metal, proto-situationist slogans and clocks that can be worn as badges.
Timothy will be showing his brand new work at The Other Art Fair this weekend at The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane. Make sure you put this one down in your calendar…See ya!
Buddug combines her love for drawing into wearable decorative objects, she does this through layers of enamel.
Work produced typically places ironic objects in an ambience where the absurd and mundane coexist.
My work looks at every-day objects, their forms and how we relate to them.
‘However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.’ Winston Churchill
Connections between people or objects are forgotten or overlooked, however change our interaction and perception.
Everyday, used and common but not as you know it.
Urban investigation and the vivid character come together in Natsuki Sawai’s wearable sculptures.