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Unsichtbar by Peter Skubic

Exhibition  /  Schmuck - MJW 2016  /  26 Feb 2016  -  18 Mar 2016
Published: 11.02.2016
Galerie Isabella Hund
Management:
Isabella Hund
Peter Skubic. Brooch: Untitled, 2015. Stainless-steel, silver. 7.5 x 5.4 cm. Photo by: Petra Zimmermann. Influenced by pill-container. I had to eat a lot of pills last year. . Peter Skubic
Brooch: Untitled, 2015
Stainless-steel, silver
7.5 x 5.4 cm
Photo by: Petra Zimmermann
Influenced by pill-container. I had to eat a lot of pills last year. 
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Intro
Love and friendship are the most important things in the world.In the schuster-nicole-schuster-nicole-beginning-2016-2016 there was the Big Bang. After nearly 14 billion years I started to make jewelry with my own ideas. At this time I was 34 years old. But what are my own ideas? I had to develop this. What came next during this time when I was young? Eroticism! To start jewellery with erotic forms - phalluses, vaginas, boobs - in very abstract manners, was the result. I was not trained to make jewellery, so I had to find out how to make these and others forms in my own way. I become an inventor.
 

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Peter Skubic
The title of the exhibition in Galerie Isabella Hund is "unsichtbar" (invisible) and most of the pieces are made with highly shiny surfaces, such as mirrors, which are the same as invisible to Peter Skubic.

The next theme after some years was TENSION. It was a reflection of my life at this time. It was a time full of problems, and I worked them out with my creations. And it became a better time. Bigger dimensions were now possible and I worked with jewellery and sculptures in the same way. My material was not just gold and silver but iron and stainless-steel. 

Around the year 2000 or a little earlier, I found out that had a great fascination for MIRRORS. First: mirrors are invisible; second, mirrors turn the world. Reflection looks like reality but it is not exist. And I learned a lot about what reflection means and how I can use it. In this time I also created painted pedestals for invisible jewllery that did not exist. Very funny!

Then, in times between making things I curated some big exhibitions and a symposium in cooperation with the Austrian steel-corporation, as well as many solo-exhibitions all over the world. 
My pieces are in more then thirty-eight museum collections, and are printed in books and catalogues. I was also teaching, giving workshops and so on.
And I like to cook.

Making things, jewellery and sculpture, and making the drawings before, are wonderful things in my life and also a way to communicate with people. / Peter Skubic, 28th January 2016

  
Opening: 25 Feb. at 18:00h
 

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Tuesday - Friday: from 11:00 to 14:00h and from 15:00 to 19:00h
Saturday: from 11:00 to 16:00 / 18:00h
 
Peter Skubic. Brooch: Nix dahinter (nothing behind), 2015. Stainless-steel. 8.3 x 6.8 cm. Photo by: Petra Zimmermann. Peter Skubic
Brooch: Nix dahinter (nothing behind), 2015
Stainless-steel
8.3 x 6.8 cm
Photo by: Petra Zimmermann
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Peter Skubic. Brooch: Untitled. Stainless steel, silver. Peter Skubic
Brooch: Untitled
Stainless steel, silver
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Peter Skubic. Brooch: Untitled. Stainless steel, silver. Peter Skubic
Brooch: Untitled
Stainless steel, silver
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Peter Skubic. Sculpture: Untitled, 2005. Stainless steel, lacquer.. 22 x 6 cm. Peter Skubic
Sculpture: Untitled, 2005
Stainless steel, lacquer.
22 x 6 cm
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