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From Chaos to Comprehension

Exhibition  /  21 Aug 2014  -  27 Sep 2014
Published: 06.08.2014
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Intro
The exhibition reflects the process of construction and deconstruction in the creative process. With works by seven jewellers graduated from the MA 'Jewellery, Silversmithing and Related Products' at Birmingham City University, this exhibition aims to show how is important to understand the chaos and take advantage of it.

Artist list

Farrah Al-Dujaili, Fliss Quick, Hannah Fewtrell- Bolton, Nanna Grønborg, Natalie Smith, Panjapol Kulpapangkorn, Xiao Liu
The exhibition “From Chaos to Comprehension” shows the work of 7 contemporary Jewellery artists from Denmark/Germany, Thailand, the UK and the People’s Republic of China, all graduated from the MA 'Jewellery, Silversmithing and Related Products' at Birmingham City University, UK between 2010 and 2013. All of them have experienced the turbulent, but rewarding process, of studying for an MA; which led them from a state of chaos to comprehending their work, its' prerequisites and processes.

The work shown is the outcome of an ongoing struggle in which chaotic situations in the working process are followed by comprehension, which in turn fosters new questions. All of the artists share the belief that study was an important step and a base for future work. What connects the artists together is their striving for good solutions to their individual concepts.

The concepts and work are as different as their makers, and they reflect various perspectives on Jewellery in the context of society and personal experience.

Curated by Nanna Grønborg.
Farrah Al-Dujalli. Earrings: Fasciation, 2014. Copper, enamel paint, wax crayon, pencil, acrylic coating. Farrah Al-Dujalli
Earrings: Fasciation, 2014
Copper, enamel paint, wax crayon, pencil, acrylic coating
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Fliss Quick. Brooch: New Department, 2013. Pin board, drawing pins, elastic band, magnet. Fliss Quick
Brooch: New Department, 2013
Pin board, drawing pins, elastic band, magnet
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Hannah Fewtrell-Boton. Brooch: 3D Wearable Sketch Book, 2014. Vintage embroidery hoop (wood/metal), paint, printed aluminium, plaster, copper, steel. Hannah Fewtrell-Boton
Brooch: 3D Wearable Sketch Book, 2014
Vintage embroidery hoop (wood/metal), paint, printed aluminium, plaster, copper, steel
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Nanna Grønborg. Pendant: Midas’Musa 1, 2014. Porcelain, glaze, gold. Nanna Grønborg
Pendant: Midas’Musa 1, 2014
Porcelain, glaze, gold
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Natalie Smith. Brooch: Loop the Loop, 2014. Steel, white metal, paint. Natalie Smith
Brooch: Loop the Loop, 2014
Steel, white metal, paint
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Panjapol Kulpapangkorn. Brooch: Wednesday is Green, 2014. Wipha’s memorable objects, resin, copper, brass. From the series 7days a week with Assoc Prof. Wipha. Panjapol Kulpapangkorn
Brooch: Wednesday is Green, 2014
Wipha’s memorable objects, resin, copper, brass
From the series 7days a week with Assoc Prof. Wipha
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