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Destination Schmuck

Exhibition  /  13 Mar 2014  -  16 Mar 2014
Published: 05.03.2014
HeimatPunk & Luxusbaba
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Intro
The first show held in Munich by the ‘Made to Make’ collective, having first exhibited during Schmuck 2013 with the online show ‘Matching Items Available’. The exhibition will showcase new work created in response to the theme of Travel by the participating artists.

Artist list

Farrah Al-Dujaili, Sally Collins, Hannah Fewtrell-Bolton, Jo Pond, Natalie Smith, Li-Chu Wu
‘Destination Schmuck’ is the first show held in Munich by the ‘Made to Make’ collective, having first exhibited during Schmuck 2013 with the online show ‘Matching Items Available’. ‘Destination Schmuck’ will showcase new work created in response to the theme of Travel by the participating artists.

“With the growth in popularity of the Internet and social media within the art jewellery world our work ‘travels’ across the virtual world everyday. You are able to recognise a piece of work or a face of a jeweller you have only ever seen on a computer screen. Those jewellers and their work congregate yearly in Munich for those few days of ‘Schmuck’. Initial virtual connections of Like’s, Tweets and Pins are turned into tactile experiences and burgeoning dialogues.”

Members Farrah Al-Dujaili and Natalie Smith have taken on the role of curators for the show. ‘Made to Make’ collective is proactive in creating opportunities and platforms to display our work and engage with the jewellery community at large. By undertaking collective briefs that question, confront and push conceptions of jewellery we aim to ultimately invigorate our individual practices. Each member’s work exudes craftsmanship, imagination and creative ingenuity distinctive of the art jewellery approach.

Remarks

The private view will be held on Thursday 13th March and the show will run until 16th March.

Opening hours:
13/03/14: 13-19, 14/03/14: 11-19, 15/03/14: 11-16, 16/03/14: 11-16
Jo Pond. Neckpiece: Inexpensive progress. Repurposed tin, iron. 45 cm in length. Jo, PondNeckpiece: Inexpensive progressRepurposed tin, iron45 cm in length. Jo Pond
Neckpiece: Inexpensive progress
Repurposed tin, iron
45 cm in length


Jo, Pond
Neckpiece: Inexpensive progress
Repurposed tin, iron
45 cm in length

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Sally Collins. Earrings: Superfrilly Lovers - In This Together. Painted copper, sterling silver, fabric, cotton, wool and up-cycled jewellery components. (Left) 3.5 x 5.5 cm (Right) 6 x 6 cm. Sally, CollinsEarrings: Superfrilly Lovers - In This TogetherPainted copper, sterling silver, fabric, cotton, wool and up-cycled jewellery components(Left) 3.5 x 5.5 cm (Right) 6 x 6 cm. Sally Collins
Earrings: Superfrilly Lovers - In This Together
Painted copper, sterling silver, fabric, cotton, wool and up-cycled jewellery components
(Left) 3.5 x 5.5 cm (Right) 6 x 6 cm


Sally, Collins
Earrings: Superfrilly Lovers - In This Together
Painted copper, sterling silver, fabric, cotton, wool and up-cycled jewellery components
(Left) 3.5 x 5.5 cm (Right) 6 x 6 cm

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Natalie Smith. Brooch: A Study in Camouflage: 1.1, 2013. Steel, paint, textile, sugar. 14.5 x 5.7 x 3 cm. Natalie, SmithBrooch: A Study in Camouflage: 1.1Steel, textile, paint, sugar14.5 x 5.7 x 3 cm. Natalie Smith
Brooch: A Study in Camouflage: 1.1, 2013
Steel, paint, textile, sugar
14.5 x 5.7 x 3 cm


Natalie, Smith
Brooch: A Study in Camouflage: 1.1
Steel, textile, paint, sugar
14.5 x 5.7 x 3 cm

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