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Goldmuseum Taipei - Metal Crafts Competition 2018.
Cranbrook.
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Chaos in Lille

Exhibition  /  16 Dec 2017  -  24 Feb 2018
Published: 29.11.2017
Chaos in Lille.
Alliages
Curator:
Jorge Manilla, Juan Riusech
Management:
Juan Riusech
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Intro
The collective exhibition presented by Alliages after the selection for this juried exhibition, will be on show in Lille (France) from Dec, 16th 2017 to Feb, 24th 2018 and in Munich on March 7-10th, 2018 for the Schmuck Jewelry Week.

Artist list

Rafael Luis Alvarez, Jessica Andersen, Cecilia Bivald, Babette Boucher, Klara Brydewall, Isabelle Busnel, Yiqing Cai, Sébastien Carré, Dania Chelminsky, Angela Ciobanu, Anja Eichler, Kristine Ervik, Teresa Faris, Masako Hamaguchi, Nik Hanton, Olaf Tønnesland Hodne, Elina Honkanen, Holland Houdek, Victoria Ioannidou, Malene Kastalje, Maria Koutmani, Michelle Kraemer, Jil Köhn, Charlotta Lindvall, Jorge Manilla, Gigi Mariani, Viktoria Münzker Ferus, Tamar Navama, Wiebke Pandikow, Diana Pantea, Izabella Petrut, Denise Julia Reytan, Juan Riusech, Nicole Schuster, Jina Seo, Claudia Steiner, Theresa Storbacka, Hansel Tai, Yiota Vogli, Aurelia Yeomans, Corrado de Meo
It’s a cruel and random world, but the chaos is all so beautiful. / Hiromu Arakawa

Chaos is a beautiful thing. The aesthetic of chaos can be seen in mathematics, in statistics, in philosophy, in politics, in anarchy, in geology, and in most aspects of our lives. Moving together with chaos, not eliminating it, can create spontaneity and surprise. Predicting chaos and celebrating it can lead us on a journey on new roads. / Izabella Petrut

Chaos is a big part of our lives, yet we do everything to pretend it does not exist. I look at chaos as both poison and fertilizer, as the complete break down of things but also as the beginning of something new and fruitful. By embracing chaos and arriving at zero, new possibilities might arise. / Malene Kastalje

The human spectrum of emotion is a bewildering thing to experience. This mess of feelings we hold inside our bodies, is it really necessary to have? If so, what else can we do, then to store them in our skin, our flesh, our memories? They make us, they kill us, and they give us joy. It is hard to show them to others. We keep them securely inside us, not wanting to feel the uncomfortableness of disappointment. But we want to share. Show hints of our own fragility, with a distorted and transparent exterior. You can look inside, if you have the same mess of course. / Olaf Tonnesland Hodne

Human life takes place between chaos and order, reality and imagination, fear and faith. This constitutive ambivalence makes life so diverse. But what is chaos and order? What is utopia and what is dystopia? And what about hell and paradise? There is no universal concept for any of these subjects.  And that is what characterizes human beings: different perceptions! I created little worlds based on my own idea of paradise as a homogeneous, energetic, silent, peaceful and fertile place. An imagined utopian landscape as a retreat of a noisy, chaotic, antisocial digital world. I created a composition of wood, moss and gemstones, which represents the fertility of the earth and the preciousness of nature. The results are surrealistic dreamy places which resemble a parallel world and spark a retreat of chaotic life while observing - a moment of aesthetic experience. / Jil Köhn

Venues:
Munich on March 7-10th, 2018 for the Schmuck Jewelry Week.
 

Hours

Mo/Fri : 10-13h & 14-17h
Sa : 10-16h30

Opening

Friday, Dec. 15th, 2017 at 6 pm.
Teresa Faris. Necklace: Collaboration with a Bird V #8, 2017. Sterling silver, wood altered by a bird.. Teresa Faris
Necklace: Collaboration with a Bird V #8, 2017
Sterling silver, wood altered by a bird.
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Nicole Schuster. Ring: The Beauty of Today, 2016. Silver, parts oxidised. 4.9 x 2.7 x 4.7 cm. back view. Nicole Schuster
Ring: The Beauty of Today, 2016
Silver, parts oxidised
4.9 x 2.7 x 4.7 cm

back view

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Sébastien Carré. Ring: Black hole, 2017. Dalmatian jasper, filmstrip, beads, silk, cotton, elastic thread.. 8 x 4 x 5 cm. Photo by: Milo Lee. Sébastien Carré
Ring: Black hole, 2017
Dalmatian jasper, filmstrip, beads, silk, cotton, elastic thread.
8 x 4 x 5 cm
Photo by: Milo Lee
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Dania Chelminsky. Brooch: Heirloom Seed 2, 2017. Kozo fibres, Iron wire, stainless steel.. 8 x 12 x 2 cm. Dania Chelminsky
Brooch: Heirloom Seed 2, 2017
Kozo fibres, Iron wire, stainless steel.
8 x 12 x 2 cm
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Holland Houdek. Shoulder Piece: Humerus with Flexible Deltoid Tuberosity, 2014. Hand-fabricated copper, raised pierced, plastic, Swarovski crystals (1,234).. 50 x 8 x 8 cm. Holland Houdek
Shoulder Piece: Humerus with Flexible Deltoid Tuberosity, 2014
Hand-fabricated copper, raised pierced, plastic, Swarovski crystals (1,234).
50 x 8 x 8 cm
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Malene Kastalje. Necklace: It was not very far from here, 2017. Silicone. 10 x 9 x 7 cm. Malene Kastalje
Necklace: It was not very far from here, 2017
Silicone
10 x 9 x 7 cm
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Viktoria Münzker Ferus. Brooch: Paratime historia, 2017. Driftwood, sea urchin skeleton, pearl, gold, bronze, silver, ink, lacquer, amethyst, granules.. 13 x 7 x 4.5 cm. Viktoria Münzker Ferus
Brooch: Paratime historia, 2017
Driftwood, sea urchin skeleton, pearl, gold, bronze, silver, ink, lacquer, amethyst, granules.
13 x 7 x 4.5 cm
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Wiebke Pandikow. Head Piece: Grace, 2015. Recycled plastic bags, chicken skull.. Photo by: Mikko Joona. Wiebke Pandikow
Head Piece: Grace, 2015
Recycled plastic bags, chicken skull.
Photo by: Mikko Joona
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Izabella Petrut. Necklace: Untitled, 2017. Oxidised silver, epoxy resin, pigment, quartz.. 52 x 6 x 4 cm. Izabella Petrut
Necklace: Untitled, 2017
Oxidised silver, epoxy resin, pigment, quartz.
52 x 6 x 4 cm
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Denise Julia Reytan. Necklace: Transmission, 2016. Resin. 12 x 6 x 2 cm. Denise Julia Reytan
Necklace: Transmission, 2016
Resin
12 x 6 x 2 cm
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Juan Riusech. Brooch: Heart shell I – 02, 2017. PLA, copper, steel, concrete, acrylics.. 12 x10 x 5 cm. Juan Riusech
Brooch: Heart shell I – 02, 2017
PLA, copper, steel, concrete, acrylics.
12 x10 x 5 cm
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Claudia Steiner. Brooch: Sky, 2017. 925 Silver, resin, photo, wood sheet (100% Cellulose).. 8 x 8 cm. Claudia Steiner
Brooch: Sky, 2017
925 Silver, resin, photo, wood sheet (100% Cellulose).
8 x 8 cm
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Yiota Vogli. Necklace: Not afraid of shadows, 2017. Wood, acrylic colors, varnishes, cotton, bronze.. 23.5 x 13 x 8 cm. Yiota Vogli
Necklace: Not afraid of shadows, 2017
Wood, acrylic colors, varnishes, cotton, bronze.
23.5 x 13 x 8 cm
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Corrado de Meo. Brooch: Chaos, 2017. Polystyrene, acrylic paint, oxides, silver.. 11 x 4 cm. Corrado de Meo
Brooch: Chaos, 2017
Polystyrene, acrylic paint, oxides, silver.
11 x 4 cm
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