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Connections Between Jewellery and Ceramics, From Design to Object and Staging

Exhibition  /  13 May 2021  -  13 Jun 2021
Published: 03.05.2021
Museo Nacional de Cerámica y Artes Suntuarias González Martí
Curator:
Heidi Schechinger
Natalia Lobato. Javier Asensi. Brooch: No, 2019. Porcelain with colored paper fibers, ruthenium coating brass.. 7 x 0.9 x 4.2 cm. Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
. Unique piece. Natalia Lobato
Javier Asensi
Brooch: No, 2019
Porcelain with colored paper fibers, ruthenium coating brass.
7 x 0.9 x 4.2 cm
Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
Unique piece
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Intro
In short, this exhibition is the result of an Educational Research and Innovation Project consisting of the interaction between students and teachers of the Department of Jewellery at the EASD Valencia and the Department of Artistic Ce­ramics at the EASD Castelló, supported by teachers and students of the Higher Studies in Graphic Design at the EASD Castelló and by the specialty of Photography at the EASD València.

Artist list

Albasha Aaref, Javier Asensi, Pepe Azpitarte, Elena Benesiu, Noelia Boccasini, Miguel Ángel Boto, Saléna Bouttier, Jorge Calabuig, Mario Campos, Carlos Casas, Amparo Delgado, Marisa Durante, Adriana Fayos, María García, Juan Carlos González, Clara Hernández, Elena Hernández, Natalia Lobato, Alba Martínez, Sunsi Martínez, Ángela Millán, Marina Pascual, Sara Pascual, Carlos Pastor, Sofía Pérez, Eva Romero, Alejandro Salazar, Joaquín Sariñena, Leo Yeomán, Silvia de Loño

In this hyper-connected world, the proposal of such a project as this may not seem a very original idea but, beyond appearances, connecting jewellery with ceramics is not something that has very of­ten been tried. Although there already exist remarkable records, it is not technically easy to combine materials as different as brass or silver with clay, stoneware, or porcelain. The first ones are hard and flexible while the second ones are fragile and rigid after firing. Nevertheless, the originality of the proposal does not only lie in this but in the challenge of connecting students and teachers from two schools and two cities in an attempt by jewellers, potters, photo­graphers, and graphic designers to collaborate in multidisciplinary teams to attain a common goal.
 
The project took place during the academic year 2018-2019 with the creation of a series of ceramic jewels. What we intend during this academic year 2020-2021 is displaying the results. In this way, different professional fields are combined and expanded, exten­ding the training work towards communicative competences in which the exhibition of the objects culminates in the phase prior to their commercialization and providing students with the context in which they can acquire a real vision of the social, public and economic dimension of their work.
 
Finally, we would like to emphasize and show our gratitude for the commitment of numerous people, both teachers, and students of both schools and the various participating institutions. Without them, it would not have been possible to get this project off the ground.


/ Ana Llorens, Teacher at EASD Castelló. Carlos Pastor, Teacher at EASD València.


Curator of the exhibition: Professor Heidi Schechinger (Jewelery, EASD València).
Project coordinators: Professor Ana Llorens (Ceramics, EASD Castelló) and PhD Carlos Pastor (Jewelry, EASD València).
 
Alba Martínez. Mario Campos. Brooch: Bi-joc, 2019. Porcelain, brass, steel, plastic, synthetic enamel.. 6 x 4 x 10 cm, 7 x 4 x 4.5 cm, 5.5 x 4 x 6 cm. Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
. Unique pieces. Alba Martínez
Mario Campos
Brooch: Bi-joc, 2019
Porcelain, brass, steel, plastic, synthetic enamel.
6 x 4 x 10 cm, 7 x 4 x 4.5 cm, 5.5 x 4 x 6 cm
Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
Unique pieces
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Eva Romero. Amparo Delgado. Brooch: Poem to a Tree, 2019. Porcelain paper clay, black patina brass.. 6 x 2.1 x 5.5 cm. Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
. Unique piece. Eva Romero
Amparo Delgado
Brooch: Poem to a Tree, 2019
Porcelain paper clay, black patina brass.
6 x 2.1 x 5.5 cm
Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
Unique piece
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Jorge Calabuig. Carlos Pastor. Necklace: Memento ridere, 2019. Porcelain, iron oxide, black patina brass.. 5.8 x 1.3 x 43 cm. Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
. Unique piece. Jorge Calabuig
Carlos Pastor
Necklace: Memento ridere, 2019
Porcelain, iron oxide, black patina brass.
5.8 x 1.3 x 43 cm
Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
Unique piece
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Marisa Durante. Leo Yeomán. Necklace: Constellations, 2019. Porcelain, 925 silver.. 19 x 7 x 48 cm. Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
. Unique piece. Marisa Durante
Leo Yeomán
Necklace: Constellations, 2019
Porcelain, 925 silver.
19 x 7 x 48 cm
Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
Unique piece
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Noelia Boccasini. Adriana Fayos. Ring: Cellular approach, 2019. Porcelain, brass with gold and silver plating.. 4 x 3.9 x 5.1 cm, 3.1 x 3 x 4.9 cm. Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
. Unique pieces. Noelia Boccasini
Adriana Fayos
Ring: Cellular approach, 2019
Porcelain, brass with gold and silver plating.
4 x 3.9 x 5.1 cm, 3.1 x 3 x 4.9 cm
Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
Unique pieces
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Silvia de Loño. Carlos Casas. Necklace: Spider web, 2019. Porcelain, copper.. 90 x 5 x 90 cm. Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
. Unique piece. Silvia de Loño
Carlos Casas
Necklace: Spider web, 2019
Porcelain, copper.
90 x 5 x 90 cm
Photo by: Eric Muñoz, Batiste Safont, Eva Tripiana, Miguel Cuevas, Rubén Blasco.
Unique piece
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