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MA Show Jewellery, Silversmithing and related Product: Cast From Different Moulds

Exhibition  /  10 Sep 2012  -  26 Sep 2012
Published: 05.09.2012
School of Jewellery, Birmingham City University
Management:
Jivan Astfalck
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Intro
Cast From Different Moulds brings uniqueness to the forefront, able to showcase points of view and design styles from all over the world due to the cohorts amazing cultural diversity with students from 6 different countries.

Artist list

Yen-Yu Chang, Chen Yan, Hui Ting Chen, Xiaoying Zhao, Shih-Ti Tseng, Yun-Chin Hsu, Andrew Markou, Eleni Zolia, Xia Zhai, I-Ting Ho, Jason Nicholson, Chia-Chun Hsu, I-Hsuan Chen, Jialin Jin, Xuru Jin, Kirsty Pearson, Yu-Fang Wu, Lydia Feast, Wen-Miao Yeh, Ming Gu, Apawan Kultawanich, Tzu-Jung Wu, Nanna Grønborg, Panjapol Kulpapangkorn, Jianing Huang, Shanshan Hang, Liangchao Shao, Xinrui Yu, Shuting Yang, Siwei Wang, Shi-Ching Hus, Yuan Tian, Wenbo Zhang, Yan Zhang, Zita Hsu.
Celebrating the individuality, originality and talent of 35designers and makers graduating in Jewellery, Silversmithing and Related Products. Comprising of a wealth of disciplines the MA Graduate show will fascinate, inspire and challenge any viewers' senses. Cast From Different Moulds brings uniqueness to the forefront, able to showcase points of view and design styles from all over the world due to the cohorts amazing cultural diversity with students from 6 different countries.

They will be showcasing mesmerizing work at their final MA show this September, taking place in the School of Jewellery, the historic home of jewellery in the UK, Vittoria Street, Birmingham. The exhibition will take place from the 10th September to 26th September with a private view on Saturday 8th September, starting at 6pm.

This work is the newest development in their corresponding discipline. Use of the latest technology and traditional craftsmanship has produced a of work that continues to challenges the viewer's perceptions. Amongst the collection is work by Lydia Feast, a well-know enamellist, having exhibiting as part of 'Surface and Substance' at Electrum Gallery last year, and will be exhibiting at Galerie Marzee Graduate Show in Amsterdam this August along with Nanna, a fellow MA student.

Because of the diversity of this course and prominence towards self-development of practice, Drew Markou takes his love of horticultural and objects/jewellery into recent work from Gardeners World Live, producing a show garden that not only exhibited landscape design but was a platform to showcase his objects and furniture. This saw him win two RHS awards.

Theses are just three of amazing individuals that form Cast From Different Moulds.

Remarks

Private view: 8th September 2012 at 6pm

The exhibition will take place from the 10th September to 26th September.
MING GU. Ring: Body parasite- Miss. S, 2012. Silicon, pigment, thread. 8 × 5.5 × 3.5 cm. MING GU
Ring: Body parasite- Miss. S, 2012
Silicon, pigment, thread
8 × 5.5 × 3.5 cm
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Kirsty Pearson. Necklace: Adjusting Weight, 2012. Copper, Electroformed copper, Stainless Steel, Nylon thread, Carpet Underlay. 16 x 11 x 2,5 cm Including thread: 72 x 11 x 25 cm. Kirsty Pearson
Necklace: Adjusting Weight, 2012
Copper, Electroformed copper, Stainless Steel, Nylon thread, Carpet Underlay
16 x 11 x 2,5 cm Including thread: 72 x 11 x 25 cm
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I-Ting Ho. Necklace: Skin Secret - Symbolism, 2012. Metal, Rubber. 25 x 80 cm. Photo by I-Ting Ho. I-Ting Ho
Necklace: Skin Secret - Symbolism, 2012
Metal, Rubber
25 x 80 cm
Photo by I-Ting Ho
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Panjapol Kulpapangkorn. Brooch: In Between. Jewellery Is At My Feet project, 2012. Mixed media with film. 7,5 x 7,5 x 2,5 cm. Panjapol Kulpapangkorn
Brooch: In Between. Jewellery Is At My Feet project, 2012
Mixed media with film
7,5 x 7,5 x 2,5 cm
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Drew Markou. Brooch: Untitled, 2012. Concrete, Stainless Steel. 8 x 6 x 6 cm. Drew Markou
Brooch: Untitled, 2012
Concrete, Stainless Steel
8 x 6 x 6 cm
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Yen-Yu Chang. Necklace: Chrysanthemum Collection, 2012. Plastic, Pigments. 35 x 99 cm. Photographer: Dorry Hsu. Yen-Yu Chang
Necklace: Chrysanthemum Collection, 2012
Plastic, Pigments
35 x 99 cm
Photographer: Dorry Hsu
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Xin-rui Yu. Necklace: Life's Little Incidents to Realise Beauty, 2012. Metal, fabric, tea, thread. 4 × 30 × 30 cm. Xin-rui Yu
Necklace: Life's Little Incidents to Realise Beauty, 2012
Metal, fabric, tea, thread
4 × 30 × 30 cm
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Zita Hsu. Brooch: The Grace of Time, 2012. Brass, iron. Ø 9 cm. Photographer : Ioana Vrabie. Zita Hsu
Brooch: The Grace of Time, 2012
Brass, iron
Ø 9 cm
Photographer : Ioana Vrabie
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Lydia Feast. Necklace: Les Grandes Marches (series), 2012. Re-used steel and chains. Lydia Feast
Necklace: Les Grandes Marches (series), 2012
Re-used steel and chains
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Nanna Grønborg. Brooch: Res Mutatio, 2012. Porcelain, silver, steel. 6,5 x 7 x 4,5 cm. Nanna Grønborg
Brooch: Res Mutatio, 2012
Porcelain, silver, steel
6,5 x 7 x 4,5 cm
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