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Sostener la Incertidumbre. Sustain the Uncertainty

Exhibition  /  OnlineOnly  /  27 Sep 2021  -  17 Oct 2021
Published: 06.10.2021
Sostener la Incertidumbre. Sustain the Uncertainty.
III Latin American Biennial of Contemporary Jewellery
Curator:
Francisca Kweitel
Poster Exhibition.
Poster Exhibition

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Intro
In this exhibition, jewellery pieces are exhibited that are marked by the inner struggle with oneself and the external outpourings of pandemic and social crises in Chile and the world.
Aspects such as aging, political disappointment, the cycle of life, social injustice and environmental destruction are thematized. 
The results are jewellery pieces that draws from an infinite variety of materials that have been researched and exhausted to the maximum of technical possibilities.

Artist list

Soledad Avila, Maria Constanza Bielsa, Carola Donoso, Mónica Díaz-Pinto, Loreto Fernández, Patricia Iglesias, Nöelle Labarthe, Joyce Marín, Clarisa Menteguiaga, Ana Nadjar, Liliana Ojeda, Yael Olave, Stefania Piccoli, Mónica Pérez, Daniela Rivera, Cecilia Roccatagliata, Vania Ruiz
A virtual exhibition part of the III Latin American Biennial of Contemporary Jewelry.

"In this project, you can clearly see there is a reflection made towards many different events and at the same time, common aspects such as aging, political disappointment, the cycle of life, social injustice, environmental destruction. 
On the other hand we discovered an infinite variety of materials available to explore and develop to the fullest technical possibilities. All these events, emotions, thoughts and processes evolved into a thorough, slow and reflective project​."
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Franziska Kweitel

"Sustain the Uncertainty” is the result of Joya Brava’s work under the tutelage of Francisca Kweitel during 2019 and 2020.
Soledad Avila. Brooch: The veiled look, 2020. Acrylic, silver, stainless steel and cardboard, tape, plastic, steel filter, shattered glass. 18 x 18 x 2.5 cm. Photo by: Stefania Piccoli. Soledad Avila
Brooch: The veiled look, 2020
Acrylic, silver, stainless steel and cardboard, tape, plastic, steel filter, shattered glass
18 x 18 x 2.5 cm
Photo by: Stefania Piccoli
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Maria Constanza Bielsa. Brooch: Floating hardness, 2020. Paper, various spices, sea salt, sand, metal powders, cold glue, nickel silver, copper, silk thread and steel wire. 45 x 40 x 8 cm. Photo by: Stefania Piccoli. From series: Static Movement. Maria Constanza Bielsa
Brooch: Floating hardness, 2020
Paper, various spices, sea salt, sand, metal powders, cold glue, nickel silver, copper, silk thread and steel wire
45 x 40 x 8 cm
Photo by: Stefania Piccoli
From series: Static Movement
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Mónica Díaz-Pinto. Object: 'Outside, everything is excessive I”, 2020. Textile, Pigments, Porcelain, Organic. 7.5 x 6.5 x 8.5 cm.. Photo by: Stefania Piccoli. From series: Outside, everything is excessive. Mónica Díaz-Pinto
Object: "Outside, everything is excessive I”, 2020
Textile, Pigments, Porcelain, Organic
7.5 x 6.5 x 8.5 cm.
Photo by: Stefania Piccoli
From series: Outside, everything is excessive
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Loreto Fernández. Object: They come and go II, 2020. Lace, expanded polyurethane foam, lacquered acrylic, cotton thread, magnet. 20 x 29 x  14 cm. Photo by: Stefanie Piccoli. From series: They come and go. Loreto Fernández
Object: They come and go II, 2020
Lace, expanded polyurethane foam, lacquered acrylic, cotton thread, magnet
20 x 29 x 14 cm
Photo by: Stefanie Piccoli
From series: They come and go
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Patricia Iglesias. Brooch: Island, 2020. Cotton cords, nylon, jute, viscose, linen and satin, cotton and linen threads, plastic cable. 28 x 36 x 12.5 cm. Photo by: Stefania Piccoli. From series: Nomadic weaving, that nothing was everything. Patricia Iglesias
Brooch: Island, 2020
Cotton cords, nylon, jute, viscose, linen and satin, cotton and linen threads, plastic cable
28 x 36 x 12.5 cm
Photo by: Stefania Piccoli
From series: Nomadic weaving, that nothing was everything
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Clarisa Menteguiaga. Brooch: Metastasis VIII and IX, 2020. Textile, seaweed, glue, natural powder dyes. 13 x 15 x 7 cm. Photo by: Stefania Piccoli. From series: Metastasis. Clarisa Menteguiaga
Brooch: Metastasis VIII and IX, 2020
Textile, seaweed, glue, natural powder dyes
13 x 15 x 7 cm
Photo by: Stefania Piccoli
From series: Metastasis
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Ana Nadjar. Brooch: Protection, 2020. Thermoplastic polymer, aluminum, copper, cotton, steel, acrylic, silver, resin, ink.. 9 x 6 x 1 cm. Photo by: Stefania Piccoli. From series: Poetic Toys. Ana Nadjar
Brooch: Protection, 2020
Thermoplastic polymer, aluminum, copper, cotton, steel, acrylic, silver, resin, ink.
9 x 6 x 1 cm
Photo by: Stefania Piccoli
From series: Poetic Toys
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Mónica Pérez. Ring: Nest, 2021. Copper, steel, metal mesh, plastic and acrylic paint. 9 x 11 x 6 cm. Photo by: Stefania Piccoli. From series: Phoenix. Mónica Pérez
Ring: Nest, 2021
Copper, steel, metal mesh, plastic and acrylic paint
9 x 11 x 6 cm
Photo by: Stefania Piccoli
From series: Phoenix
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Stefania Piccoli. Brooch: Levitate II, 2020. Synthetic gauze, silver and stainless steel. 9.0 x 9.6 x 4.5. Photo by: Stefania Piccoli. From series: Levitate. Stefania Piccoli
Brooch: Levitate II, 2020
Synthetic gauze, silver and stainless steel
9.0 x 9.6 x 4.5
Photo by: Stefania Piccoli
From series: Levitate
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Cecilia Roccatagliata. Necklace: Earthy Shield III, 2020. Black stoneware ceramic, cotton and linen threads. 40 x 100 x 4 cm. Photo by: Stefania Piccoli. From series: Earthy Shield. Cecilia Roccatagliata
Necklace: Earthy Shield III, 2020
Black stoneware ceramic, cotton and linen threads
40 x 100 x 4 cm
Photo by: Stefania Piccoli
From series: Earthy Shield
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