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Until Death Do Us Part

Exhibition  /  20 Dec 2021  -  11 Feb 2022
Published: 13.12.2021
Until Death Do Us Part.
Alliages
Curator:
Juan Riusech
Management:
Juan Riusech
.

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Intro
From my idea of love, death is therefore never the real end – because this third world, that contains both others, is now subject to the forces and conditions of evolution.

Artist list

Eighteen (Yihan) Yuan, Einav Benzano, Raquel Bessudo, Saskia Bostelmann, Klara Brydewall Sandquist, Anna Börcsök, Sébastien Carré, Dania Chelminsky, Leslie D. Boyd, Julian De La Garza, Codie Decottignies, Nico Delaide, Hilde Dramstad, Teresa F Faris, Fruzsi Fekete, Silke Fleischer, Juanjo Garcia, Louise Ginioux, Omri Goren, Janna Gregonis, Xinia Guan, Juan Harnie, Anne-Marie Hugot, Patricia Iglesias, Nan Jin, Lily Kanellopoulou, Maria Kiialainen, Alex Kinsley Vey, Hanna Kostiainen, Michelle Kraemer, Annelieke Landré, Monique Lecouna, Namkyung Lee, Marcia Lima, Rikke Lunnemann, Anne Léger, Carmen López, Sara Mas, Viktoria Münzker, Amir Nassiri, Erle Nemvalts, Gabriela Nirino, Taibe Palacios, Jason Palyvos, Juan Riusech, Sara Shahak, Junnan Songxu, Kamilė Stanelienė, Jason Stein, Claudia Steiner, Anna Talbot, Noa Tamir, Yao Tan, Rho Tang, Deniz Turan, Youjin Um, Charlotte Vanhoubroeck, Yiota Vogli, David Walker, Deimezi Xenia, Wanrong Xie, Elli Xippa, Ute van der Plaats
When two human beings promise each other "till death do us part" and are able to actually make it happen, in full realization – taking on themselves the full responsibility, accepting all liability of their actively lived promise, without legitimization such as fear of being alone and dependencies between the two – then it is a pure miracle. It is a miracle, when – following your own essence and being-laws – you appear fully in my cosmos, and we remain two expanding worlds, growing individuals that together create a new world: our world. From my idea of love, death is therefore never the real end – because this third world, that contains both others, is now subject to the forces and conditions of evolution.

The central theme I explore in my work is the idea of control: in the physical world around us and within our own consciousness. I’m fascinated by the physical means of control we encounter and the overt and covert influence of the structures and systems of everyday existence that modify our experiential reality. With these pieces, I seek to explore the nature of my unconscious mind, and create physical reinterpretations of the structures of my internal mental landscape that represent a re-constructed reality. The internal struggle and battle for control and an understanding of our perceived sense of identity, history, and self-worth can be seen as a form of internal warfare, set against the backdrop of an ever-changing volatile social and political climate that we all must navigate. By taking ones innermost fears and insecurities and creating objects that can be worn and displayed, one is able to gain control and understanding of ones past and chart a course forward into the future.
/ Jason Stein

​The new exhibition held in Alliages gallery, Lille from December 20th 2021 to February 11th 2022, and in Munich city center for Schmuck 2022 from March 9th-12th, 2022.

Opening:
19 Dec, Sunday, 12 am

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 10 am - 13 pm & 14 - 17 pm.
Sat: 10 - 16.30 pm.

More information and works are here.
Xinia Guan. Brooch: Closer, 2021. Oxidized fine silver, sterling silver, peridot. 4.5 x 9.4 x 1.9 cm. Photo by: Xinia Guan. Xinia Guan
Brooch: Closer, 2021
Oxidized fine silver, sterling silver, peridot
4.5 x 9.4 x 1.9 cm
Photo by: Xinia Guan
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Sara Shahak. Brooch: Untitled, 2021. Melted old pieces of jewels: brass, copper, enamel, glass beads. 7 x 1.5 x 8 cm. Photo by: Shlomi Bernthal. From series: Fossils. Sara Shahak
Brooch: Untitled, 2021
Melted old pieces of jewels: brass, copper, enamel, glass beads
7 x 1.5 x 8 cm
Photo by: Shlomi Bernthal
From series: Fossils
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Dania Chelminsky. Necklace: Inside out 1, 2021. Copper, enamel paint.. 9 x 8 x 2 cm. Dania Chelminsky
Necklace: Inside out 1, 2021
Copper, enamel paint.
9 x 8 x 2 cm
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Dania Chelminsky. Necklace: Inside Out 3, 2021. Copper, enamel paint.. 9 x 8 x 2 cm. Dania Chelminsky
Necklace: Inside Out 3, 2021
Copper, enamel paint.
9 x 8 x 2 cm
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Youjin Um. Pendant: Combination III, 2019. Sterling silver.. 5.1 x 9.4 x 4.5 cm. Photo by: Kwangchoon Park. From series: Combination. Youjin Um
Pendant: Combination III, 2019
Sterling silver.
5.1 x 9.4 x 4.5 cm
Photo by: Kwangchoon Park
From series: Combination
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Maria Kiialainen. Brooch: The healing parasite, 2020. Copper, enamel, magnet, bone glue, Nishiki thread, Chaga powder.. 15 x 20 x 8 cm. Photo by: Jonna Rutanen. From series: Between visible and invisible worlds. Maria Kiialainen
Brooch: The healing parasite, 2020
Copper, enamel, magnet, bone glue, Nishiki thread, Chaga powder.
15 x 20 x 8 cm
Photo by: Jonna Rutanen
From series: Between visible and invisible worlds
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Fruzsi Fekete. Neckpieces: Fragments of memory, 2021. Gold plated brass, broken candle. Fruzsi Fekete
Neckpieces: Fragments of memory, 2021
Gold plated brass, broken candle
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Alex Kinsley Vey. Necklace: View from the Pier 03, 2018. Steel, spray paint, cotton cord, sterling silver. Alex Kinsley Vey
Necklace: View from the Pier 03, 2018
Steel, spray paint, cotton cord, sterling silver
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Alex Kinsley Vey. Necklace: View from the Pier 03, 2018. Steel, spray paint, cotton cord, sterling silver. On body.. Alex Kinsley Vey
Necklace: View from the Pier 03, 2018
Steel, spray paint, cotton cord, sterling silver

On body.

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Michelle Kraemer. Necklace: Infinite, 2021. Balsa wood, color shifting pigments, varnish, silver. Michelle Kraemer
Necklace: Infinite, 2021
Balsa wood, color shifting pigments, varnish, silver
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Michelle Kraemer. Necklace: Infinite, 2021. Balsa wood, color shifting pigments, varnish, silver. On body.. Michelle Kraemer
Necklace: Infinite, 2021
Balsa wood, color shifting pigments, varnish, silver

On body.

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Erle Nemvalts. Crown: Heaven sent, 2020. Iron. Erle Nemvalts
Crown: Heaven sent, 2020
Iron
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Erle Nemvalts. Crown: Heaven sent, 2020. Iron. On body.. Erle Nemvalts
Crown: Heaven sent, 2020
Iron

On body.

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Jason Stein. Object: Self-Destruct Mechanism #2, 2021. Brass, found objects, semi-precious gemstones. Jason Stein
Object: Self-Destruct Mechanism #2, 2021
Brass, found objects, semi-precious gemstones
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Jason Stein. Object: Self-Destruct Mechanism #2, 2021. Brass, found objects, semi-precious gemstones. On body.. Jason Stein
Object: Self-Destruct Mechanism #2, 2021
Brass, found objects, semi-precious gemstones

On body.

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Wanrong Xie. Body piece: Dear, 2020. Resin, tea. Wanrong Xie
Body piece: Dear, 2020
Resin, tea
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Wanrong Xie. Body piece: Dear, 2020. Resin, tea. On body.. Wanrong Xie
Body piece: Dear, 2020
Resin, tea

On body.

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