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Talente Competition 2016 Winners

Award giving  /  Schmuck - MJW 2016  /  28 Feb 2016
Published: 08.03.2016
Talente Competition 2016 Winners.
Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich
Management:
Michaela Braesel
Edu Tarín. Pendant: Mold C1. Granite, Silver, stone cutting, CNC maschining, electroforming. 8 x 12 x 6 cm. Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016. Awarded in the cathegory Jewellery. Edu Tarín
Pendant: Mold C1
Granite, Silver, stone cutting, CNC maschining, electroforming
8 x 12 x 6 cm
Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016
Awarded in the cathegory Jewellery
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Intro
During the Handwerksmesse Munich, this years winner of Talente 2016 Competition were announced: Sarah Bartmann, Naama Ben Moshe, Dovile Bernadisiute, Carina Deuschl, Mariana Mejia Suarez, Jieun Oh, Joseph Spannagel and Edu Tarín.
 
Jewellery:
Dovile Bernadisiute, Lithuania 
With Dovile Bernadisiute‘s pendants and brooches the jury liked the reflection on contemporary life and the convincing way of including and transforming found objects. Not only the choice of these findings but also the form of the works relate to everyday life, especially in transit areas like railway stations and airports. They are linked for example to mobile phones or powder boxes. The works emanate calm and assume a talisman-like function.
 
Edu Tarin, Spain / Germany
Edu Tarin‘s brooches and pendants not only convinced by their sculptural quality but also by the unusual way of working with the material. They are characterized by the combination of tradition and modern technique. The seeming simplicity of the monumental works helps to concentrate on their unusual surface.
 
Techniques​:
Joseph Spannagel, 
Germany 
Josephs Spannagel’s light object is characterized by the numerous possibilities of variation and configuration as well as by the carefully considered power supply line and the innovative way of power transmission. The jury was convinced by the novel construction and the use of magnets positioned inside the construction.
 
Ceramics​:
Sarah Bartmann, Germany
The jury selected ceramic works which exemplify different aspects in contemporary ceramics. Sarah Bartmann’s powerful, lively works integrate found objects. They convinced by their originality, playfulness and experimental quality as well as by the change between object and useful article. At the same time the works exemplifies the close connection of craft and content.
 
Jieun Oh, South Korea
Jieun Oh‘s vases exemplify another aspect in contemporary ceramics. The jury was convinced by the sensible way of dealing with the material which is emphasized by the severity and simplicity of the form. The slight and subtle gradations of colour are underlined by the concentration on one type of form. Only by looking very close at the objects the fine details become apparent.
 
Furniture:
Carina Deuschl, Germany
Carina Deuschl’s foldable bathing tub convinced by its innovative idea and successful realization. The still developable prototype reacts to contemporary social and political issues: the growing mobility, the reduction of space and the problem of the housing of refugees. Apart from this the jury liked the graphic elegance and the reduction in the formal design.

Textile:
Naama Ben Moshe, Israel
The jury was convinced by Naama Ben Moshe’s „A Map for an adventure“ and „A Human Slough“ due to the combination of an old technique and a modern story. The jury also liked the reference to traditions of narrative textiles. The work is characterized by an original, modern style which combines elements from computer graphics, comics, from fairy tales and diverse ways of exploring the world. The works are imbued with a playful character and a convincing graphic quality.
 
Typography:
Mariana Mejia Suarez, Columbia / Belgium
Mariana Mejia Suarez’s work comprises three parts which deal in a very empathetic and sensible way with the Alzheimer disease. The jury was convinced by the multi-layered and poetic graphic transfer of the disease pattern. The work is characterised by restraint, sincerity, concentration, quietness and the high aesthetic quality in the graphic interpretation of a contemporary problem.
Dovile Bernadisiute. Brooch: Untitled, 2015. Dry paint, Titan, stainless steel. 12 x 6 x 1 cm. Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016. From series: Layers of Paint. Dovile Bernadisiute
Brooch: Untitled, 2015
Dry paint, Titan, stainless steel
12 x 6 x 1 cm
Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016
From series: Layers of Paint
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Sarah Bartmann. Object: Interstellare Talfahrt. Ceramics, metal, concrete, bricks, assembled. 25-40 x 15-30 cm. Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016. Sarah Bartmann
Object: Interstellare Talfahrt
Ceramics, metal, concrete, bricks, assembled
25-40 x 15-30 cm
Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016
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Carina Deuschl. Object: XTEND. CFK-hand lay-up laminate, synthethic material (Tyvek® softstructure, PrimaLoft® Gold), autoclaving, high pressure water jet cutting, gluing, sewing. 123x77 cm. Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016. Transportable bathing tub. Carina Deuschl
Object: XTEND
CFK-hand lay-up laminate, synthethic material (Tyvek® softstructure, PrimaLoft® Gold), autoclaving, high pressure water jet cutting, gluing, sewing
123x77 cm
Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016
Transportable bathing tub
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Joseph Spannagel. Object: Magado. Titan, copper, magnets. 100 x 80 x 80 cm. Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016. Joseph Spannagel
Object: Magado
Titan, copper, magnets
100 x 80 x 80 cm
Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016
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Mariana Mejia Suarez. Piece: Les Memoires: Rita (la perseverance), 2016. Paper, handset, printed, bound. 25 x 17 cm. Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016. Mariana Mejia Suarez
Piece: Les Memoires: Rita (la perseverance), 2016
Paper, handset, printed, bound
25 x 17 cm
Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016
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Jieun Oh. Vessel: Untitled. Porcelain, cast, polished. 7.5 x 7.5 x 14 cm. Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016. Bottles. Jieun Oh
Vessel: Untitled
Porcelain, cast, polished
7.5 x 7.5 x 14 cm
Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016
Bottles
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Naama Ben Moshe. Textile: A map for an adventure, 2016. Wool, polyester, Jacquard weaving. 200 x 140 x 1.5 cm. Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016. Naama Ben Moshe
Textile: A map for an adventure, 2016
Wool, polyester, Jacquard weaving
200 x 140 x 1.5 cm
Awarded at: Talente Competition 2016
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