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Published: 07.02.2012
Broes van Iterson

Far away a shape appears, a wave of individuals, volatile reverberations, captivating, emerging and constantly changing, filling your sight. 

Come closer to hear the submerged whisper, blown by breathing voices, indistinctive, continuous public confessions, filling your mind.

A gathering, a group, a view, composed paradoxes, a form, unpredicted, dispatched, attracted to be repulsed and united.

A base of Belgian independent artists spread their wings, their mumbling now resonating globally, to form this murmuration.

This exhibition will run during 'Schmuck' in Munich this March, I'm really looking forward to it!
Contact the artists through their facebook page: Friends of Schmuck 2012.

>>Visit the broesvitrineblog of Broes van Iterson.


About the author

Broes van Iterson (The Netherlands, 1975) graduated in 1999 as a jeweller and silversmith from Karel de Grote Hogeschool, Antwerp, Belgium. Lived in the USA and Australia and travelled extensively. Currently working as an independent part-time jeweller in Antwerp, Belgium. Blogging about jewellery since October 2008.

About this blog

There is a lot of good jewellery design around that is fresh, special, beautiful or plain crazy. It makes me smile, think again, happy and wonder. In my weekly vitrine (show-case in Dutch) it is shown and discussed for all of you!