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Goldmuseum Taipei - Metal Crafts Competition 2018.
Goldschmitte.
Hochschule Idar Oberstein.
Joya 2017 skyscraper.

Anything imagined can be worn. How to wear it!

Exhibition  /  26 Aug 2017  -  27 Aug 2017
Published: 22.08.2017
Kath Inglis. Neckpiece: Flood, 2017. Hand cut and coloured PVC. Kath Inglis
Neckpiece: Flood, 2017
Hand cut and coloured PVC
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Intro
There is a lack of understanding and confidence with how contemporary art jewellery can be worn and placed on the body. We want to open the idea that anything imagined can be worn, in the form of contemporary art jewellery that is.

Artist list

Helen Aitken-Kuhnen, Zoe Brand, Melissa Cameron, Jo Hawley, Kath Inglis, Johannes Kuhnen, Mio Kuhnen, Panjapol Kulpapangkorn, Taweesak Molsawat, Larah Nott
Working with a Melbourne clothing designers on Gertrude Street, we will place contemporary pieces of jewellery on pieces of clothing - for both men and women. This exhibition will draw upon together a group of Australian and International artists which will push the boundary to show the diversity of how contemporary jewellery is worn and placed. It will also acknowledge that what we wear represents ideas and messages, whether subtle or bold. Ensuring contemporary art jewellery is worn correctly and with confidence is one part of the what we do at Bilk Gallery. Not only for the collector, but for the integrity of pieces of art and artists. 

Hours

Sat 10am -5pm, Sun 12 -4pm 
Jo Hawley. Necklace: Graduated Chain, 2016. Silver. Photo by: Fred Kroh. Necklace on model. Jo Hawley
Necklace: Graduated Chain, 2016
Silver
Photo by: Fred Kroh

Necklace on model

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Zoe Brand. Pendant: Tell Me Everything; I was Only Joking; How is this Relevant, 2017. Clear Acrylic, cord. 8 x 8 x 0.6 cm. Graduate, Bachelor of Visual Arts, with First Class Honours, 2015.. Zoe Brand
Pendant: Tell Me Everything; I was Only Joking; How is this Relevant, 2017
Clear Acrylic, cord
8 x 8 x 0.6 cm
Graduate, Bachelor of Visual Arts, with First Class Honours, 2015.
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Taweesak Molsawat. Brooch: Shifting cultural context, 2017. Silver, plastic pear necklace, brass, magnets. Taweesak Molsawat
Brooch: Shifting cultural context, 2017
Silver, plastic pear necklace, brass, magnets
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