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From the jauntiness of absence in Tallinn

Exhibition  /  30 Jun 2021  -  14 Aug 2021
Published: 06.07.2021
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Intro
Every piece has a story, a journey to become what it is. We believe that objects, drawings, sketches- the things we create while making the actual jewellery, are as important as the finished pieces themselves. Through them, we study material, from meaning. They lead us to the essence of our creations.

Artist list

Natascha Frechen, Felicia Mülbaier, Constanza Salinas, Luisa Werner

Natascha Frechen was born in Jülich (Germany) in 1990. Following her vocational training as a goldsmith and ve years of work experience as a  goldsmith specializing in high jewellery, Natascha Frechen decided to take a new step and move into an artistic eld. In 2019, she completed her studies and was awarded the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Gemstones and Jewellery at the Trier University of Applied Sciences, Idar-Oberstein Campus. In March 2020, Natascha Frechen began to study for her Master of Fine Arts in Gemstones and Jewellery, again at the Trier University of Applied Sciences, Idar-Oberstein Campus. For her work with stone, she received the Rhineland-Palatinate award to promote arts and crafts in 2019.

Felicia Mülbaier was born in Speyer (Germany) in 1988. Between 2011 and 2015, Felicia Mülbaier studied at the University of Applied Sciences in Düsseldorf, where she received a Bachelor of Arts. In 2019, she completed her studies with the Master of Fine Arts in Gemstones and Jewellery at the Trier University of Applied Sciences, Idar- Oberstein Campus. As part of her artistic training and development, she spent time abroad at the Academy of Art and Design in Gothenburg (Swe- den) and the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn. When she makes jewellery, she uses primarily the media stone and textile to express her artistic vision. She accompanies her creative process with drawings. Her works – shown internationally since 2014 – have already received numerous awards.

Constanza Salinas was born in Valdivia (Chile) in 1993. Following her vocational training as a goldsmith in her native country Chile, Constanza Salinas moved to Germany in 2016 to study at the Trier University of Applied Sciences, Idar-Oberstein Campus. In 2019, she completed her studies with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Gemstones and Jewellery. In her artistic work, she primarily chose wood and stone to express her artistic vision. In the course of her studies for her Bachelor’s degree, Constanza Salinas spent one semester at the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn. In March 2020, she began to study for a Master in Gemstones and Jewellery at the Trier University of Applied Sciences, Idar-Oberstein Campus.

Luisa Werner was born in Berlin (Germany) in 1997. Following her vocational training as a goldsmith (CAP Art et techniques de la bijouterie- joaillerie) in Saint Amand Montrond (France), Luisa Werner began to study Gemstones and Jewellery at the Trier University of Applied Sciences, Idar-Oberstein Campus. In 2019, she spent a term abroad at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax (Canada). In the summer of 2021, she will complete her studies with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. In her work so far, Luisa Werner has combined a range of different techniques and materials, with the main focus on stone and textile.


>> The exhibition is accompanied by a publication that will be launched at a public presentation and a talk with the artists on August 14 in the courtyard of Hobusepea 2 studio house.

 
Natascha Frechen. Object: Randnotiz zum Gewächs, 2018. Soapstone. 9 x 12.5 x 4 cm. Unique piece. Natascha Frechen
Object: Randnotiz zum Gewächs, 2018
Soapstone
9 x 12.5 x 4 cm
Unique piece
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Felicia Mülbaier. Object: Habseligkeiten, 2020. Lapislazuli. Installation size 19 x 8 cm, Pieces approx. 8 x 0.8 x 1 cm. Unique piece. Felicia Mülbaier
Object: Habseligkeiten, 2020
Lapislazuli
Installation size 19 x 8 cm, Pieces approx. 8 x 0.8 x 1 cm
Unique piece
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Constanza Salinas. Object: Randnotiz zum Wald, 2019. Limewood. 11.5 x 14.6 x 4 cm. Unique piece. Constanza Salinas
Object: Randnotiz zum Wald, 2019
Limewood
11.5 x 14.6 x 4 cm
Unique piece
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Luisa Werner. Object: Untitled, 2019. Basalt. 4.9 x 7.4 x 0.2 cm, 8.3 x 10.1 x1.1 cm. Unique piece. Luisa Werner
Object: Untitled, 2019
Basalt
4.9 x 7.4 x 0.2 cm, 8.3 x 10.1 x1.1 cm
Unique piece
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