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Object Permanence

Exhibition  /  OnlineOnly  /  17 Apr 2020  -  24 May 2020
Published: 06.05.2020
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Intro
In psychology, object permanence refers to the understanding that objects continue to exist independent of ourselves, even when they are not able to be perceived. Within that construct, an object may evolve and change, from whole to broken, lost to found, or even exist simultaneously as more than one thing. The material reality of the object might be different than what is expected or visually understood. In Object Permanence we ask how does our perception of an object change as we observe and study it? And how does our perception of the object inform the truth of the object itself?

 

Artist list

David Bielander, Iris Bodemer, Shana Cave, David Chatt, Suyu Chen, Jeffrey Clancy, Annette Dam, Chloe Darke, Anja Eichler, Sophie Glenn, Kei Goto, Stefan Gougherty, John Huckins, Rachel Kedinger, Christopher Kerr-Ayers, Anya Kivarkis, Joshua Kosker, Sarah Rose Lejeune, Sebastian Martorana, Rachel Meginnes, Rachel Ness, Sharon Portelance, Emily Rogstad, Elycia SFA, Jolynn Santiago, Rachel Shimpock, Fumiki Taguchi, Jess Tolbert, Claire Webb
Online Artist Talk via Zoom:
  • Date and hours: Thursday, 07.05.2020 at 5 pm (EST).
  • Date and hours: Friday, 29.05.2020 at 5 pm (EST). Jess Tolbert and Sarah Rose Lejeune, who have work in the exhibition, will be talking about their work, how it relates to the theme of the exhibition, and what they are currently working on.

Email us at info@baltimorejewelrycenter.org for the Zoom link (be sure to mention Object Permanence Artist Talk in the subject).

Please click here >> to the website of Baltimore Jewelry Center for the complete exhibition images and price list.
Iris Bodemer. Object: Untitled, 2004. Bronze, tiger's eye, pearls, string, rubber, plastic.. 26 x 4.5 x 11 cm. Iris Bodemer
Object: Untitled, 2004
Bronze, tiger's eye, pearls, string, rubber, plastic.
26 x 4.5 x 11 cm
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Jeffrey Clancy. Object: Fly Swatter, 2018. Silver, sticker.. 10 x 0.3 x 50 cm. From series: New Amercian Heirlooms. Jeffrey Clancy
Object: Fly Swatter, 2018
Silver, sticker.
10 x 0.3 x 50 cm
From series: New Amercian Heirlooms
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Kei Goto. Brooch: Bokeh No.2, 2019. Silver, rhodium plating.. 4.5 x 2 x 9.5 cm. Kei Goto
Brooch: Bokeh No.2, 2019
Silver, rhodium plating.
4.5 x 2 x 9.5 cm
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Jess Tolbert. Necklace: Untitled, 2019. Steel staples.. L: 76 cm. Jess Tolbert
Necklace: Untitled, 2019
Steel staples.
L: 76 cm
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Annette Dam. Brooch: Running Out, 2018. Silver, citrine, plastic box, resin, epoxy, gold dust.. 16 x 9.5 x 4 cm. Annette Dam
Brooch: Running Out, 2018
Silver, citrine, plastic box, resin, epoxy, gold dust.
16 x 9.5 x 4 cm
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Suyu Chen. Necklace: Tulip, 2020. Electronical conduit, sterling silver, spray paints, leather . 5.5 x 3 x 15.5 cm. Photo by: Jiageng Lin. Suyu Chen
Necklace: Tulip, 2020
Electronical conduit, sterling silver, spray paints, leather 
5.5 x 3 x 15.5 cm
Photo by: Jiageng Lin
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Exhibition venue. Photo by April Wood..
Exhibition venue. Photo by April Wood.

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Exhibition venue. Photo by April Wood..
Exhibition venue. Photo by April Wood.

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