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JiMS by Zoe Robertson and Rachael Colley

Exhibition  /  15 Nov 2019  -  30 Nov 2019
Published: 14.10.2019
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Intro
JiMS is a collaboration between artists Zoe Robertson and Rachael Colley of the newly established HSKTEEMN research centre. Together they actively explore relationships between the body and space in a playful environment, specifically designed for Odox Arts’ project space.
This site-specific installation has been created to engage audiences by offering an immersive experience which has been designed to enable participants to physically interact with and wear the space. Drawing ideas from the fields of science and sport to encourage playful participation, Zoe and Rachael have created an exciting space where designs have been informed by their early fun physical learning experiences, such as PE (Physical Education) in the school environment. Through processes of active involvement, the duo encourages visitors to reflect on their personal experiences of inhabiting their bodies, with the aim of observing and questioning limitations imposed by both the physical body and society’s views of the body.

Participating in the experience is by appointment only, emulating a visit to the doctors, performance in a bleep test or some other physical form of examination. Participants are challenged to tackle this jewellery gym by undertaking a fun assault course, with elements that focus on different areas of the body, the aim being to find #MySpace in and amongst this environment.


30-minute appointments available from 11 am – 4 pm, Fridays & Saturdays from 15 - 30th November 2019.

To book your appointment use the following link: www.odoxarts.com/workshops


About the Artists:
Rachael Colley is an interdisciplinary artist and senior lecturer in Jewellery and Metalwork at Sheffield Institute of Arts, Sheffield Hallam University. Her current research brings together jewellery, created predominantly using food waste, and ambiguous artefacts for eating. She invites diners to wear these visceral jewellery pieces whilst consuming food with alternative dining tools.
Website: www.rachaelcolleyartist.wordpress.com

Zoe Robertson is an award-winning jewellery artist, whose work is exhibited within an international arena. Her studio practice explores jewellery within performance whereby a cross-disciplinary approach enables her to create experiential and immersive environments which invite audience interaction and participation. Alongside this, she is the co-founder of the Dual Works a creative design studio based in Birmingham, UK.
Website: www.zoerobertson.co.uk www.dual.works

 
Zoe Robertson. Piece: FlockOmania, 2015-2018. Mixed Materials.. Photo by: Christian Kipp. Created by Zoe Robertson in collaboration with Natalie Garrett Brown, Amy Voris and Sellotape Cinema.​. Zoe Robertson
Piece: FlockOmania, 2015-2018
Mixed Materials.
Photo by: Christian Kipp
Created by Zoe Robertson in collaboration with Natalie Garrett Brown, Amy Voris and Sellotape Cinema.​

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Zoe Robertson. Piece: FlockOmania, 2015-2018. Mixed Materials.. Photo by: Christian Kipp. Details.Created by Zoe Robertson in collaboration with Natalie Garrett Brown, Amy Voris and Sellotape Cinema.​. Zoe Robertson
Piece: FlockOmania, 2015-2018
Mixed Materials.
Photo by: Christian Kipp

Details.
Created by Zoe Robertson in collaboration with Natalie Garrett Brown, Amy Voris and Sellotape Cinema.​

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Zoe Robertson. Piece: FlockOmania, 2015-2018. Mixed Materials.. Photo by: Christian Kipp. On performance.Created by Zoe Robertson in collaboration with Natalie Garrett Brown, Amy Voris and Sellotape Cinema.​. Zoe Robertson
Piece: FlockOmania, 2015-2018
Mixed Materials.
Photo by: Christian Kipp

On performance.
Created by Zoe Robertson in collaboration with Natalie Garrett Brown, Amy Voris and Sellotape Cinema.​

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Kathrin Koschitzki. Piece: Cutlery Comb, 2019. Re-purposed stainless steel forks, powder-coated steel frame. . Eating implements.. 43.3 x 1.5 x 11.6 cm. Photo by: Kathrin Koschitzki. From series: Ambiguous Implements. Kathrin Koschitzki
Piece: Cutlery Comb, 2019
Re-purposed stainless steel forks, powder-coated steel frame. 
Eating implements.

43.3 x 1.5 x 11.6 cm
Photo by: Kathrin Koschitzki
From series: Ambiguous Implements
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Rachael Colley. Piece: Cutlery Comb , For-k-andles, 2019. Re-purposed stainless steel forks, powder-coated steel frame.. 43.3 x 1.5 x 11.6 cm, 18.4 x 0.4 x 14.5 cm. Photo by: Rachael Colley. Eating implements.. Rachael Colley
Piece: Cutlery Comb , For-k-andles, 2019
Re-purposed stainless steel forks, powder-coated steel frame.
43.3 x 1.5 x 11.6 cm, 18.4 x 0.4 x 14.5 cm
Photo by: Rachael Colley
Eating implements.

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Rachael Colley. Piece: Avocado dual-scoop, Fruit nets, 2018, 2017. Cast bronze.
. Re-purposed plastic packaging.. 6.5 x 5.5 x 8 cm, 38 x 9 x 30 cm. From series: Ambiguous Implements, Re:mains. Eating implement and neckpiece.. Rachael Colley
Piece: Avocado dual-scoop, Fruit nets, 2018, 2017
Cast bronze.
Re-purposed plastic packaging.
6.5 x 5.5 x 8 cm, 38 x 9 x 30 cm
From series: Ambiguous Implements, Re:mains
Eating implement and neckpiece.

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Rachael Colley. Piece: Ambiguous Implements, Sha-Green, 2017, 2019. Powder-coated steel.
. Sintered aluminium, orange peel, stainless steel. . 9.4 x 7.8 x 17.8 cm, 5.6 x 3.5 x 5.6 cm. Photo by: Rachael Colley. From series: Ambiguous Implements and Sha-Green. Eating implement and brooch.. Rachael Colley
Piece: Ambiguous Implements, Sha-Green, 2017, 2019
Powder-coated steel.
Sintered aluminium, orange peel, stainless steel. 
9.4 x 7.8 x 17.8 cm, 5.6 x 3.5 x 5.6 cm
Photo by: Rachael Colley
From series: Ambiguous Implements and Sha-Green
Eating implement and brooch.

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