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Material Romance

Exhibition  /  13 Feb 2018  -  19 Feb 2018
Published: 05.02.2018
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A celebration of materiality, the passion for an exploration of raw materials and their transformation into objects of desire.

Artist list

Thom Amar, Margaret Conroy, Ajike Doherty, Irina Golda, Maria Gower, Megan Haggis, Divya Madhani, Natalie Mansour, Nicola Margai, Louise Mason, Petra Otenslegrova, Nicola Trowers, Jemma Whitehouse, Dominik Wiecek
The designer/makers of the exhibits are all students on the Jewellery & Silversmithing BA degree course at The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design.
A love of experimentation combined with the pleasure of creating is revealed in works by makers in the early stages of their careers, eager to embrace new opportunities.
Their pieces demonstrate a wide-ranging, individual interpretation of the theme of Material Romance, in a variety of responses that reflects the diversity of the group, both culturally and creatively.

Pieces will be available to purchase.
 
Margaret Conroy. Brooch: Mesh, 2018. Gilding metal, cotton yarn, stainless steel wire.. 3.5 x 3.5 x 12 cm. From series: Shadow Lines. Margaret Conroy
Brooch: Mesh, 2018
Gilding metal, cotton yarn, stainless steel wire.
3.5 x 3.5 x 12 cm
From series: Shadow Lines
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Nicola Margai. Necklace: My Daughter’s Knee, 2018. Plywood, leather, acrylic paint, gold-colour foil.. 30 x 42 cm. From series: The World is  Mine. Nicola Margai
Necklace: My Daughter’s Knee, 2018
Plywood, leather, acrylic paint, gold-colour foil.
30 x 42 cm
From series: The World is Mine
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Petra Otenslegrova. Bracelet: Gaia I, 2018. Sterling silver wire.. 5.5 x 5 x 18 cm. From series: Gaia. Petra Otenslegrova
Bracelet: Gaia I, 2018
Sterling silver wire.
5.5 x 5 x 18 cm
From series: Gaia
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