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The College for JewelleryDesign, KunstModeDesign Herbststrasse Vienna at JOYA Barcelona 2018

Exhibition  /  Schools   Joya2018  /  04 Oct 2018  -  07 Oct 2018
Published: 28.09.2018
Magdalena Tritscher. Body piece: Frida y Magdalena, 2017-2018. Leather, cement, chromed brass.. 130 cm. Photo by: Magdalena Tritscher. Inspired by the life of suffering of Frida Kahlo it has been the aim to create an object deforming the body. The focus is on her medical history in physical as well as in mental terms. In the sense of "deformation“ corrective and supportive medical devices, which are important to my workpiece are briefly captured, these are objects restricting mobility, forcing into a certain position or cause transformation in personal appearance.. Magdalena Tritscher
Body piece: Frida y Magdalena, 2017-2018
Leather, cement, chromed brass.
130 cm
Photo by: Magdalena Tritscher
Inspired by the life of suffering of Frida Kahlo it has been the aim to create an object deforming the body. The focus is on her medical history in physical as well as in mental terms. In the sense of "deformation“ corrective and supportive medical devices, which are important to my workpiece are briefly captured, these are objects restricting mobility, forcing into a certain position or cause transformation in personal appearance.

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Intro
The college for JewelleryDesign, at KunstModeDesign Herbststrasse Vienna is the only vocational training of this kind available in Austria. Linking art, crafts and design it provides the basis for a flexible vocational orientation in the field of jewelry design. 
 
 

Artist list

Miriam Boehmerle, Ulrike Burgholzer, Ida Fischer, Reinhilde Lahner, Theresa Macourek, Dorota Paruznik, Nadine Pramhas, Christina Reinisch, Anna Riess, Magdalena Tritscher, Teodora Tsvetkova, Mira Urbajs
The six-term evening college for jewellery design is linking art, crafts and design and thus provides the basis for a flexible vocational orientation in the field of jewelry design. Apart from providing the classical techniques of creating jewelry and working in metal, the emphasis of this college is on professional training of your artistic and creative skills. This training includes artistic and practical courses as well as theoretical subjects such as history of art, theory of contemporary jewelry, design techniques, computer-aided design (CAD) and basic knowledge of business-related economic and legal issues.
The workshops are held in small groups in our studios, providing intensive training and catering for the students’ individual needs. Our team of educators consists of well-known artists and craftspeople as well as professional teachers of theoretical subjects.
Classes are held in the evening  so that also working students can join the courses. High school diploma, A-levels or an examination of professional practice are required for registration.
Apart from costs for material and a set of basic tools, there is no tuition fee.

 
Ulrike Burgholzer. Brooch: Mokume Gane, 2018. 925 silver, bronze.. 7x5cm. Photo by: Ulrike Burgholzer. Bridging past technology with contemporary jewellery is not a mere matter of using an ancient technique, but a thrilling encounter of the two, thus fostering ongoing alterations and enhancements of this technique. In my thesis examples of ancient and contemporary art objects and jewellery are presented and allow to gain an insight into the wide range of Mokume Gane. In addition this book is intended to give an understanding of both, the technique and aspects of the theory of jewellery.
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Brooch: Mokume Gane, 2018
925 silver, bronze.
7x5cm
Photo by: Ulrike Burgholzer
Bridging past technology with contemporary jewellery is not a mere matter of using an ancient technique, but a thrilling encounter of the two, thus fostering ongoing alterations and enhancements of this technique. In my thesis examples of ancient and contemporary art objects and jewellery are presented and allow to gain an insight into the wide range of Mokume Gane. In addition this book is intended to give an understanding of both, the technique and aspects of the theory of jewellery.


 
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Ulrike Burgholzer. Bracelet: Mokume Gane, 2018. 925 silver, bronze.. 7.0cm. Photo by: Ulrike Burgholzer. Based on two japanese haikus: "tsuki to ware to mono omou koro kumo okoru" by Katô Kyôtai (As the moon and I wanted to think about something, clouds appeared) and "uekiya no oite yuki-taru kochô kana" by Ôshima Ryôta (Oh, the gardener left a butterfly at ours), the idea was to find new ways of interpretation of mokume gane.. Ulrike Burgholzer
Bracelet: Mokume Gane, 2018
925 silver, bronze.
7.0cm
Photo by: Ulrike Burgholzer
Based on two japanese haikus: "tsuki to ware to mono omou koro kumo okoru" by Katô Kyôtai (As the moon and I wanted to think about something, clouds appeared) and "uekiya no oite yuki-taru kochô kana" by Ôshima Ryôta (Oh, the gardener left a butterfly at ours), the idea was to find new ways of interpretation of mokume gane.

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Reinhilde Lahner. Brooch: OBroochJECT, 2018. Fine Gold, 18kt gold, sterling silver, niello, stainless steel, silicone.
.  . 5 x 4 x 1.5 cm. Photo by: Dora Kuthy. Object mutates into Jewellery.. Reinhilde Lahner
Brooch: OBroochJECT, 2018
Fine Gold, 18kt gold, sterling silver, niello, stainless steel, silicone.
 
5 x 4 x 1.5 cm
Photo by: Dora Kuthy
Object mutates into Jewellery.

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Dodo Paruznik. Necklace: Cruella de vil, 2018. Resin, silver, blood powder, bone meal.. 60 x 4 cm. Photo by: Dodo Parunznik. From series: Jewellery at the bone. The peal necklace "cruella de vil" is a part of a 10-piece-collection out my thesis "jewellery at the bone". Illustrating the social intercourse with the butchering and the wasteful use of the slaughterhouse waste is necessary in todays world of industrialized lavishness.
. My work shall make a connection between animal remains, bones and jewellery to facilitate a discussion or rather an increase in reputation.
.  . Dodo Paruznik
Necklace: Cruella de vil, 2018
Resin, silver, blood powder, bone meal.
60 x 4 cm
Photo by: Dodo Parunznik
From series: Jewellery at the bone
The peal necklace "cruella de vil" is a part of a 10-piece-collection out my thesis "jewellery at the bone". Illustrating the social intercourse with the butchering and the wasteful use of the slaughterhouse waste is necessary in todays world of industrialized lavishness.
My work shall make a connection between animal remains, bones and jewellery to facilitate a discussion or rather an increase in reputation.

 

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Teodora Tsvetkova. Object: The Molecule Of Silence I, 2018. Silver, paper, styrofoam, tyvek, optical fibres, nylon thread.. 70cm. Photo by: Magdalena Tritscher. Can we still hear the silence? Around us, between us, in us? In our loud world today, silence seems to be a foreign word. The project "Silence Up To The Stars… And Beyond…" tries to find aesthetic shapes for silence and to translate it visually into poetic space by using materials with appropriate expressiveness and immateriality of breath and light.. Teodora Tsvetkova
Object: The Molecule Of Silence I, 2018
Silver, paper, styrofoam, tyvek, optical fibres, nylon thread.
70cm
Photo by: Magdalena Tritscher
Can we still hear the silence? Around us, between us, in us? In our loud world today, silence seems to be a foreign word. The project "Silence Up To The Stars… And Beyond…" tries to find aesthetic shapes for silence and to translate it visually into poetic space by using materials with appropriate expressiveness and immateriality of breath and light.

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