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Bring Back the Dead

Exhibition  /  20 Sep 2013  -  22 Sep 2013
Published: 18.09.2013
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Intro
Bring Back the Dead aims to create dialogue between jewellers, whilst promoting the work in a new way and giving older work a new life. How many artists have work in the back of their studios, still in good condition but never sold? What if this work was to be given to another artist, and worn by them?

Artist list

Carly Petitt Taylor, Cristina Zani, Dauvit Alexander, Dr Grace Page, Emelie Westerlund, Elin Flognman, Farrah Al - Dujaili, Fiona Hermse, Gill Forsbrook, Hannah Eccles, Hannah May Chapman, Heather Woof, Jaimie Macdonald, Jayne Stephen, Jennifer Nicolson, Jessica Howarth, Joanne Garner, Joanne Haywood, Jo Lavelle, Kathryn Williamson, Kirsty Eaglesfield, Laura Bradshaw – Heap, Laura Munteanu, Lital Mendel, Mark Fenn, Masako Hamaguchi, Mark Mcleish, Molly Ginelly, Nicola Turnbull, Rita Rodner, Ruth Hollywood, Weronika Marek, Wes Designs, ZondermanLidchi
Anomaly invites you to view this innovative new style of jewellery exhibition.

Bring Back the Dead aims to create dialogue between jewellers, whilst promoting the work in a new way and giving older work a new life.

How many artists have work in the back of their studios, still in good condition but never sold? What if this work was to be given to another artist, and worn by them? The work would be rejuvenated in the eyes of someone new, and promoted far beyond its confines of the lonely studio corner.

The work on show during this exhibition will not be for sale. It will be swapped between jewellers and sent off to live a new life with a new owner.

34 participants from 7 different countries. Lets break down the barriers.
Laura Bradshaw-Heap. Brooch: Lena - This is me today (From 'this is me project'), 2012. Polymer clay, glitter, Swarovski crystal, spray paint, silver. 5 x 4 x 1.5 cm. Laura Bradshaw-Heap
Brooch: Lena - This is me today (From "this is me project"), 2012
Polymer clay, glitter, Swarovski crystal, spray paint, silver
5 x 4 x 1.5 cm
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Lital Mendel. Necklace: Ephemeral, 2013. Cotton thread, metal necklace, silver. Lital Mendel
Necklace: Ephemeral, 2013
Cotton thread, metal necklace, silver
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Joanne Haywood. Necklace: Key to the Garden, 2013. Mixed media. 3-6 x 0.5 x 0.5 cm. Joanne Haywood
Necklace: Key to the Garden, 2013
Mixed media
3-6 x 0.5 x 0.5 cm
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Cristina Zani. Necklace: My Seoul, 2013. Mixed media. Cristina Zani
Necklace: My Seoul, 2013
Mixed media
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Laura Munteanu. Piece: Piece of sky. Mixed media. Laura, MunteanuPiece: Piece of skyMixed mediaPart of the ‘ I used to be something else’ project. Laura Munteanu
Piece: Piece of sky
Mixed media


Laura, Munteanu
Piece: Piece of sky
Mixed media
Part of the ‘ I used to be something else’ project
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Emelie Westerlund. Necklace: Untitled, 2013. Mixed media. Emelie Westerlund
Necklace: Untitled, 2013
Mixed media
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Farrah Al-Dujaili. Brooch: Very Neatly and Simply Arranged, 2012. Copper, enamel paint, watercolour, acrylic paint, acrylic coating. 6 x 6 x 3 cm. Farrah Al-Dujaili
Brooch: Very Neatly and Simply Arranged, 2012
Copper, enamel paint, watercolour, acrylic paint, acrylic coating
6 x 6 x 3 cm
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