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2 Minds 4 Hands by Lucy Sarneel & Manon van Kouswijk

Exhibition  /  11 Feb 2014  -  08 Mar 2014
Published: 24.01.2014
Gallery Funaki
Management:
Katie Scott
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Two renowned Dutch jewellers present an exhibition of their recent work.
Two renowned Dutch jewellers present an exhibition of their recent work. Manon van Kouswijk, who currently lives and works in Melbourne, explores fragmentary forms in porcelain and furthers her ‘series’ based practice with necklaces focused on colour and minimalism. Lucy Sarneel draws on ethnic jewellery forms as well as her own highly developed vision to create deeply symbolic, powerful jewellery using mixed media.

Artists’ statement:
Archetype - Abundance, Beads - Beads, Circular - Collage, Definition - Drawing, Emptiness Elements, Fragile - Folklore, Generic - Grey, Handmade - Handmade, Iconic - Idiosyncratic, Jewel - Jewel, Knot - Knot, Linear - Loose, Methodical - Magical, Necklace - Necklace, Obsessive - Obsessive, Porcelain - Pattern, Quiet - Queenly, Repetitive - Ritual, Serial - Spacial, Template - Twirl, Unified - Undefined, Variable - Variation, White - Weaving, X-ray - Xerophyte, Yoga - Yarn, Zoom - Zinc
Lucy Sarneel. Necklace: Playtime, 2013. nylon raffia, zinc, artificial ivory, plastic. photography: Rob Bohle. Lucy Sarneel
Necklace: Playtime, 2013
nylon raffia, zinc, artificial ivory, plastic
photography: Rob Bohle
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Lucy Sarneel. Brooch: Persona II, 2013. zinc, wood, acrylic paint, varnish, formica. photography: Rob Bohle. Lucy Sarneel
Brooch: Persona II, 2013
zinc, wood, acrylic paint, varnish, formica
photography: Rob Bohle
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Manon Van Kouswijk. Brooch: Ornamental Residue, 2013. porcelain. photography: Manon van Kouswijk. Manon Van Kouswijk
Brooch: Ornamental Residue, 2013
porcelain
photography: Manon van Kouswijk
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Manon Van Kouswijk. Necklace: Re-verse, 2013. porcelain, pigment. photography: Jeremy Dillon. Manon Van Kouswijk
Necklace: Re-verse, 2013
porcelain, pigment
photography: Jeremy Dillon
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