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EASD València. Degree Show 2021

Exhibition  /  NewTalentsByKlimt02   OnlineOnly  /  16 Dec 2021  -  16 Jan 2022
Published: 16.12.2021
Marta Fenollar. Brooch: Simbiosis 13, 2021. Recycled juniper wood, sphagnum moss, Ceropegia Woodii, substrate mix, polyester yarn, silver.. Unique piece. 5.5 x 3.4 x 11 cm. Marta Fenollar
Brooch: Simbiosis 13, 2021
Recycled juniper wood, sphagnum moss, Ceropegia Woodii, substrate mix, polyester yarn, silver.
Unique piece
5.5 x 3.4 x 11 cm
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Intro
The Jewellery Department concentrates on the stimulation of the student's competence in the different fields of jewellery and object, reclaiming the scientific and technical values of our discipline.

Artist list

Elena Benesiu Pueyo, Carlos Casas Rico, Marina Coso Garcia, Marta Fenollar, María García, Tamara Rosalía
The EASD València comprises several facilities in its building in Viveros: jewellery workshop annexed to the project making class room, enamel workshop, ceramic workshop, computer room, photography set and specialized library. It also offers a diverse program of extra-curricular initiatives to encourage students in their fledgling career.

 
Elena Benesiu Pueyo. Body piece: El arte más íntimo, 2021. Regenerated leather (cuarson), leather, foam, sterling silver, ceramic enamel, piercings.. 32 x 8 x 57 cm. Photo by Lluna Ernall.
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. Our body is a living canvas, an artistic support that helps us to integrate or distinguish ourselves from the rest of humanity. We can customize it through clothing, jewelry, makeup or dyes, but very few of us dare to mark our skin perpetually with piercings, tattoos, implants or scarifications: the fear of irreversibility enters the picture. After all, you can take off your rings when you get home, but not a dragonfly tattooed on your neck. With this piece I offer anyone who wishes the opportunity to modify themselves in an ephemeral way and, at the same time, to normalize and make this type of personal decoration more visible.Unique piece. Elena Benesiu Pueyo
Body piece: El arte más íntimo, 2021
Regenerated leather (cuarson), leather, foam, sterling silver, ceramic enamel, piercings.
32 x 8 x 57 cm

Photo by Lluna Ernall.

Our body is a living canvas, an artistic support that helps us to integrate or distinguish ourselves from the rest of humanity. We can customize it through clothing, jewelry, makeup or dyes, but very few of us dare to mark our skin perpetually with piercings, tattoos, implants or scarifications: the fear of irreversibility enters the picture. After all, you can take off your rings when you get home, but not a dragonfly tattooed on your neck. With this piece I offer anyone who wishes the opportunity to modify themselves in an ephemeral way and, at the same time, to normalize and make this type of personal decoration more visible.
Unique piece
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Elena Benesiu Pueyo. Body piece: El arte más íntimo, 2021. Regenerated leather (cuarson), leather, foam, sterling silver, ceramic enamel, piercings.. 32 x 8 x 57 cm. Photo by Lluna Ernall.
. Back view.Unique piece. Elena Benesiu Pueyo
Body piece: El arte más íntimo, 2021
Regenerated leather (cuarson), leather, foam, sterling silver, ceramic enamel, piercings.
32 x 8 x 57 cm

Photo by Lluna Ernall.
Back view.
Unique piece
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Elena Benesiu Pueyo. Body piece: El arte más íntimo, 2021. Regenerated leather (cuarson), leather, foam, sterling silver, ceramic enamel, piercings.. 32 x 8 x 57 cm. With different decoration.Unique piece. Elena Benesiu Pueyo
Body piece: El arte más íntimo, 2021
Regenerated leather (cuarson), leather, foam, sterling silver, ceramic enamel, piercings.
32 x 8 x 57 cm

With different decoration.
Unique piece
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Carlos Casas Rico. Brooch: Marella, 2021. Rusted metal, spray cotton plates, steel, magnets.. 11.7 x 7.7 x 4.7 cm. Photo by: Quique Rico. From series: La ciudad y el agua. We try to understand "life" in cities by observing its infrastructure, development and drawings but also by analyzing the day-to-day activities of its inhabitants and the details that make up their identity. "The city and the water" links jewelry with literature through the creation of a series of five broochs based on five stories of my own authorship, inspired by the prose style of Italo Calvino's book, "The invisible cities". This series is an expression of my city (València) relationship with water. In the design and execution of this jewelry we have used alternative materials, Noble metals and shapes and structures that reflect the concepts evoked by the stories.Unique piece. Carlos Casas Rico
Brooch: Marella, 2021
Rusted metal, spray cotton plates, steel, magnets.
11.7 x 7.7 x 4.7 cm
Photo by: Quique Rico
From series: La ciudad y el agua

We try to understand "life" in cities by observing its infrastructure, development and drawings but also by analyzing the day-to-day activities of its inhabitants and the details that make up their identity. "The city and the water" links jewelry with literature through the creation of a series of five broochs based on five stories of my own authorship, inspired by the prose style of Italo Calvino's book, "The invisible cities". This series is an expression of my city (València) relationship with water. In the design and execution of this jewelry we have used alternative materials, Noble metals and shapes and structures that reflect the concepts evoked by the stories.
Unique piece
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Carlos Casas Rico. Brooch: Inna, 2021. Brass, rusted metal, steel and gold plated.. 11.3 x 8.3 x 6.6 cm. Photo by: Quique Rico. From series: La ciudad y el agua. Unique piece. Carlos Casas Rico
Brooch: Inna, 2021
Brass, rusted metal, steel and gold plated.
11.3 x 8.3 x 6.6 cm
Photo by: Quique Rico
From series: La ciudad y el agua
Unique piece
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Marina Coso Garcia. Hand Piece: Coso, 2021. Alabaster, orange wood, orange essence.. 8.5 x 7 x 4 cm. Photo by: Carles Casas. Unique piece
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. Who am I? Where I come from?
. Everybody wants to know the answer. Now, I want to answer it too. That’s why I’ve been looking for my family roots, nature, the environment and the landscapes. Materializarme has been created by the body and for the body giving attention to the senses: the touch, the smell, the sight…The alabaster represents me because it has a strong appearance, but actually is soft. The glass and the orange wood are the environment where we grow up. And the orange essence and the olive oil have the meaning of my family roots.. Marina Coso Garcia
Hand Piece: Coso, 2021
Alabaster, orange wood, orange essence.
8.5 x 7 x 4 cm
Photo by: Carles Casas
Unique piece
 
Who am I? Where I come from?
Everybody wants to know the answer. Now, I want to answer it too. That’s why I’ve been looking for my family roots, nature, the environment and the landscapes. Materializarme has been created by the body and for the body giving attention to the senses: the touch, the smell, the sight…The alabaster represents me because it has a strong appearance, but actually is soft. The glass and the orange wood are the environment where we grow up. And the orange essence and the olive oil have the meaning of my family roots.

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Marina Coso García. Bracelet: Marina, 2021. Alabaster.. 320. Photo by: Carles Casas. From series: Materializarme. Unique piece. Marina Coso García
Bracelet: Marina, 2021
Alabaster.
320
Photo by: Carles Casas
From series: Materializarme
Unique piece
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Marina Coso García. Hand Piece: Garcia, 2021. Alabaster, glass, olive oil.. 4.5 x 9 x 9 cm. Photo by: Carles Casas. From series: Materializarme. Unique piece. Marina Coso García
Hand Piece: Garcia, 2021
Alabaster, glass, olive oil.
4.5 x 9 x 9 cm
Photo by: Carles Casas
From series: Materializarme
Unique piece
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Marta Fenollar. Brooch: Simbiosis 11, 2021. Recycled juniper wood, sphagnum moss, Fittonia, substrate mix, polyester yarn, silver.. 5.5 x 3.4 x 11 cm. Photo by: Mar Herrero, Alexandra Willoughby. From series: Simbiosis. Unique piece. Marta Fenollar
Brooch: Simbiosis 11, 2021
Recycled juniper wood, sphagnum moss, Fittonia, substrate mix, polyester yarn, silver.
5.5 x 3.4 x 11 cm
Photo by: Mar Herrero, Alexandra Willoughby
From series: Simbiosis
Unique piece
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Marta Fenollar. Brooch: Simbiosis 9, 2021. Olive root wood, recycled aluminium mesh, substrate mix, Japanese grass, organic cotton yarn, silver.. 8.2 x 2 x 11.7 cm. Photo by: Alexandra Willoughby, Mar Herrero. From series: Simbiosis. Unique piece. Marta Fenollar
Brooch: Simbiosis 9, 2021
Olive root wood, recycled aluminium mesh, substrate mix, Japanese grass, organic cotton yarn, silver.
8.2 x 2 x 11.7 cm
Photo by: Alexandra Willoughby, Mar Herrero
From series: Simbiosis
Unique piece
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María García. Brooch: Reencounter, 2020. Horse skull, brass, steel pin.. 1.7 x 8.3 x 10.3 cm. Photo by: María García. From series: Animal Instinct. Skin and Bones. Unique piece
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. With this series I invite the observer to think over what remains in the human being of our origin and our roots. Social rules, modernity, distractions, etc. numb the human being to transform and model it according to their own rules, even damaging its human essence in order to achieve this Goal. Growth must begin finding our own roots again. Go back until we break free of social and religious rules ties, back to the origins to encounter our animal instinct. Once again become natural, wild and free humans...
. All the pieces have been manufactured by hand, using natural materials (animal origin) such as leather, bones, horsehair, teeth and horns. The whole collection is a tribute to the animal, the inner animal and also the animal as such, through the chosen materials and the deeply respectful and natural way of obtaining them. These materials are united in symbiosis with precious metals and traditional jewellery techniques. . María García
Brooch: Reencounter, 2020
Horse skull, brass, steel pin.
1.7 x 8.3 x 10.3 cm
Photo by: María García
From series: Animal Instinct. Skin and Bones
Unique piece
 
With this series I invite the observer to think over what remains in the human being of our origin and our roots. Social rules, modernity, distractions, etc. numb the human being to transform and model it according to their own rules, even damaging its human essence in order to achieve this Goal. Growth must begin finding our own roots again. Go back until we break free of social and religious rules ties, back to the origins to encounter our animal instinct. Once again become natural, wild and free humans...
All the pieces have been manufactured by hand, using natural materials (animal origin) such as leather, bones, horsehair, teeth and horns. The whole collection is a tribute to the animal, the inner animal and also the animal as such, through the chosen materials and the deeply respectful and natural way of obtaining them. These materials are united in symbiosis with precious metals and traditional jewellery techniques.

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María García. Necklace: Nahual. The Union, 2021. Horse bones, silver, ox horn.. 0.6 x 52 x 11.3 cm. From series: Animal Instinct. Skin and Bones. Unique piece. María García
Necklace: Nahual. The Union, 2021
Horse bones, silver, ox horn.
0.6 x 52 x 11.3 cm
From series: Animal Instinct. Skin and Bones
Unique piece
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María García. Neckpiece: XIPE. The protection, 2021. Leather, horsehair, bones, brass, my own hair.. 0.8 x 27 x 63 cm. Photo by: María García. From series: Animal Instinct. Skin And Bones. Unique piece. María García
Neckpiece: XIPE. The protection, 2021
Leather, horsehair, bones, brass, my own hair.
0.8 x 27 x 63 cm
Photo by: María García
From series: Animal Instinct. Skin And Bones
Unique piece
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Tamara Rosalía. Brooch: Radazul, 2020. Glass, steel, silver.. 9 x 8 x 4 cm. Photo by: Sofia Alemán. From series: Shift: Coordenadas. Unique piece
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. Moving or changing homes can be a liberating or traumatic deed in a person's life. Depending on each individual's circumstances, moving a lifetime hoping that the new place is the right one to adapt and fit in can be such an abrupt and upsetting change. But what happens when the change also occurs at a psychological level? How do you face the feeling that whatever you do, you do not have the necessary tools to grow roots in a place that has been built to establish new links, to make you feel participant? Which is the moment you realize that this barrier is within you?
. The main motivation for working on this issue is the visibility of the common and intimate search for a place to root, to speak of the city as a subject matter with its dichotomies: culture-civilization, nostalgia-process, spirit-matter, individual-community or equality-difference. Finding in this dialogue a liberating path where the experience itself understands and heals with a calm observation, thus responding to unresolved internal uncertainties.. Tamara Rosalía
Brooch: Radazul, 2020
Glass, steel, silver.
9 x 8 x 4 cm
Photo by: Sofia Alemán
From series: Shift: Coordenadas
Unique piece

Moving or changing homes can be a liberating or traumatic deed in a person's life. Depending on each individual's circumstances, moving a lifetime hoping that the new place is the right one to adapt and fit in can be such an abrupt and upsetting change. But what happens when the change also occurs at a psychological level? How do you face the feeling that whatever you do, you do not have the necessary tools to grow roots in a place that has been built to establish new links, to make you feel participant? Which is the moment you realize that this barrier is within you?
The main motivation for working on this issue is the visibility of the common and intimate search for a place to root, to speak of the city as a subject matter with its dichotomies: culture-civilization, nostalgia-process, spirit-matter, individual-community or equality-difference. Finding in this dialogue a liberating path where the experience itself understands and heals with a calm observation, thus responding to unresolved internal uncertainties.

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Tamara Rosalía. Brooch: Home, 2020. Glass, steel, silver.. 9.6 x 5.7 x 3 cm. Photo by: Sofia Alemán. From series: Shift: Coordenadas. Unique piece. Tamara Rosalía
Brooch: Home, 2020
Glass, steel, silver.
9.6 x 5.7 x 3 cm
Photo by: Sofia Alemán
From series: Shift: Coordenadas
Unique piece
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Tamara Rosalía. Necklace: My Bad, 2020. Glass, steel, silver, leather.. 35 x 20 x 6 cm. Photo by: Sofia Alemán. From series: Shift: Coordenadas. Unique piece. Tamara Rosalía
Necklace: My Bad, 2020
Glass, steel, silver, leather.
35 x 20 x 6 cm
Photo by: Sofia Alemán
From series: Shift: Coordenadas
Unique piece
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Cristina Alises. Brooch: Autocontrol, 2021. 925ct silver, stainless steel, guitar string, heat shrink tubing.. 7 x 7 x 6 cm. From series: Reconstrucción. Unique piece. Cristina Alises
Brooch: Autocontrol, 2021
925ct silver, stainless steel, guitar string, heat shrink tubing.
7 x 7 x 6 cm
From series: Reconstrucción
Unique piece
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Cristina Alises. Brooch: Empatía, 2021. 925ct silver, stainless steel, heat shrink tubing.. 7 x 4 x 6 cm. From series: Reconstrucción. Unique piece. Cristina Alises
Brooch: Empatía, 2021
925ct silver, stainless steel, heat shrink tubing.
7 x 4 x 6 cm
From series: Reconstrucción
Unique piece
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