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Kristiina Laurits: Diarium

Exhibition  /  03 Oct 2013  -  28 Oct 2013
Published: 04.10.2013
Kristiina Laurits. Brooch: Day – to – day I-VIII, 2012. Bread, copper, tourmaline, aquamarine, silver. 8 x 7 x 2,5 cm. Kristiina Laurits
Brooch: Day – to – day I-VIII, 2012
Bread, copper, tourmaline, aquamarine, silver
8 x 7 x 2,5 cm
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Intro
During the year Platina will present different voices around humans daily need for food. We are happy to invite Kristiina Laurits from Estonia to this project, Eating Art. With the titel Diarium Kristiina will show work made of materials we daily find in food but are not used to see in combination with jewellery, as bread, salt and vanilla.

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Kristiina Laurits
During the year Platina will present different voices around humans daily need for food.
We are happy to invite Kristiina Laurits from Estonia to this project, Eating Art. She will in her first solo-exhibition in Stockholm, with the titel Diarium show work made of materials we daily find in food but are not used to see in combination with jewellery, as bread, salt and vanilla. Strictly translated from Latin, the titel Diarium means just, day food.


“For me, jewellery embodies all of my desires and, always, something else that I never knew before. The key words for my works would be transience, moods and play. The choice of materials offered extensive variety – from gold to salt, from diamonds to bread, from animal liver to iron. I enjoy to play with different materials and techniques. Play is turning reality into images, the play cannot be denied. I have taken on the role of theatre director, who creates a performance on basis of observations picked out from life itself.
A fairy tale.
Symbolisation is inevitably poetic.“
- Kristiina Laurits


About Eating Art;
Eating Art is a project in collaboration between Yasar Aydin and Sofia Björkman.
The project is funded by Konstnärsnämnden and is scheduled to last 2013-2014.
Jewellery Art's strength, is that it can through human movement, be shown and used in both private and public contexts, intimately as spiritually. Being a performer jewellery artist means to operate in many different situations and it is in the exciting voids we experiment. Through interdisciplinary practice and experimental meals in combination with artistic work, we discuss current issues such as gender, ethnicity, class, ethics and the environment.

Remarks

Opening: Thursday, 3rd of October from 17 to 19 h.

Open hours

Tuesday - Friday 11-18, Saturday 11-15
Kristiina Laurits. Neckpiece: Lily-white, 2011. Salt, artificial resin, silver, paint, Japanese lacquer, aquamarine, fluorite, amethyst, cubic zirconia. ᴓ 25 cm. Kristiina Laurits
Neckpiece: Lily-white, 2011
Salt, artificial resin, silver, paint, Japanese lacquer, aquamarine, fluorite, amethyst, cubic zirconia
ᴓ 25 cm
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Kristiina Laurits. Neckpiece: Hunger III, 2012. Bread, copper, pyrite, onyx, smokey quartz, steel. ᴓ 18 cm. Kristiina Laurits
Neckpiece: Hunger III, 2012
Bread, copper, pyrite, onyx, smokey quartz, steel
ᴓ 18 cm
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Kristiina Laurits. Brooch: Day - to – day I-VIII, 2012. Bread, iron, cracked citrine, gold. 5 x 8 x 2,5 cm. Kristiina Laurits
Brooch: Day - to – day I-VIII, 2012
Bread, iron, cracked citrine, gold
5 x 8 x 2,5 cm
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Kristiina Laurits. Brooch: Day – to – day I-VIII, 2012. Bread, copper, chrysocolla, rock crystal, silver. 6,5 x 4 x 2 cm. Kristiina Laurits
Brooch: Day – to – day I-VIII, 2012
Bread, copper, chrysocolla, rock crystal, silver
6,5 x 4 x 2 cm
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