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Assembly by Svenja John

Exhibition  /  05 Sep 2015  -  26 Sep 2015
Published: 29.08.2015
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Intro
Over the last twenty years, the time since Svenja John works with the polycarbonate Makrolon™, she has bit by bit developed their own Jewelry Construction Kit.
 

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At the beginning there were only bone-shaped parts (x-bones), linked together with rings of various sizes, to form chains, earrings and bracelets, but over the years more than 10 different basic elements were developed, from which all the complex Jewelry Assemblies are plugged together. All of these two-dimensional parts were designed on a CAD program and then cut by waterjet from a flat Makrolon™ sheet. From these beans, bones, butterflies, buoys, racquets, rockets, and so on ... arise then in a playful design process, these complicated three-dimensional jewelry creation, assemblies from the different elements of the johnish Jewelry Construction Kit. From time to time the kit is upgraded, by a new construction-element, to enable new, funkier designs and of course, to increase the tinker-fun.

Opening: Saturday, September 5th from 1 to 4 pm
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Svenja John. Bracelet: Murano, 2014. Polycarbonat Makrofol®. ø 14 x 7 cm. Photo by: Ludger Paffrath. Made out of surface-treated polycarbonate, colored and crafted by hand. Svenja John
Bracelet: Murano, 2014
Polycarbonat Makrofol®
ø 14 x 7 cm
Photo by: Ludger Paffrath
Made out of surface-treated polycarbonate, colored and crafted by hand
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Svenja John. Bracelet: Murano, 2014. Polycarbonat Makrofol®. ø 14 x 7 cm. Photo by: Ludger Paffrath. Front viewMade out of surface-treated polycarbonate, colored and crafted by hand. Svenja John
Bracelet: Murano, 2014
Polycarbonat Makrofol®
ø 14 x 7 cm
Photo by: Ludger Paffrath

Front view
Made out of surface-treated polycarbonate, colored and crafted by hand
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Svenja John. Brooch: Mirta, 2014. Polycarbonat Makrofol®. 5 x 8 x 8 cm. Photo by: Ludger Paffrath. Made out of surface-treated polycarbonate, coloured and crafted by hand. Svenja John
Brooch: Mirta, 2014
Polycarbonat Makrofol®
5 x 8 x 8 cm
Photo by: Ludger Paffrath
Made out of surface-treated polycarbonate, coloured and crafted by hand
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Svenja John. Brooch: Dingxi, 2015. Polycarbonat Makrofol®. ø 6 x 3 x 3.5 cm. Photo by: Ludger Paffrath. Made out of surface-treated polycarbonate, coloured and crafted by hand. Svenja John
Brooch: Dingxi, 2015
Polycarbonat Makrofol®
ø 6 x 3 x 3.5 cm
Photo by: Ludger Paffrath
Made out of surface-treated polycarbonate, coloured and crafted by hand
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Svenja John. Brooch: Rossano, 2015. Polycarbonat Makrofol®. ø 9 x 3.5 cm. Photo by: Ludger Paffrath. Made out of surface-treated polycarbonate, coloured and crafted by hand. Svenja John
Brooch: Rossano, 2015
Polycarbonat Makrofol®
ø 9 x 3.5 cm
Photo by: Ludger Paffrath
Made out of surface-treated polycarbonate, coloured and crafted by hand
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Svenja John. Necklace: Hoboksar, 2015. Polycarbonat Makrofol®. 30 x 14 x 3.5 cm. Photo by: Ludger Paffrath. Made out of surface-treated polycarbonate, coloured and crafted by hand. Svenja John
Necklace: Hoboksar, 2015
Polycarbonat Makrofol®
30 x 14 x 3.5 cm
Photo by: Ludger Paffrath
Made out of surface-treated polycarbonate, coloured and crafted by hand
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