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Koonstfack School - Master Programme Crafts.

Udujutt / Fogspeak: 13 jewellery artists from Estonia

Exhibition  /  07 Feb 2018  -  24 Feb 2018
Published: 29.01.2018
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Intro
Fogspeak. The unwillingness to blurt anything out; veiled emotions. Fog as an intangibility, speak as a story. Allow us to be a little ethereal, it gives space to breathe. For us and others.
/ Tanel Veenre

 

Artist list

Sofia Hallik, Nils Hint, Piret Hirv, Julia Maria Künnap, Kristiina Laurits, Eve Margus-Villems, Kadri Mälk, Maarja Niinemägi, Villu Plink, Darja Popolitova, Ketli Tiitsar, Maria Valdma, Tanel Veenre
The exhibition is Supported by Estonian Ministry of Culture.
Gratitude to the Estonian Embassy in Stockholm.
 

Activities

Seminar:
Wednesday 7th of February, 16:00 - 18:00 h.
Talks by Sofia Hallik and Darja Popolitova.
Panel discussions with Annika Pettersson, Adam Grinovich, Sofia Hallik and Darja Popolitova.
Moderated by Anders Ljungberg, professor at Ädellab Konstfack in Stockholm.

The seminar is supported by Stockholm's Stad and Estrid Ericsons Stiftelse.

Sofia Hallik and Darja Popolitova are artists in the exhibition and PhD students at Estonian Academy of Arts. They will introduce their work and researches. Sofia Hallik’s topic is hand vs. machine. Darja Popolitova will talk about hand/craft/machine and digital intimacy.
Annika Pettersson and Adam Grinovich are jewellery artists based in Stockholm. Both of them work with digital technics as the group A5 and individual artists.

Opening

Wednesday 7th of February, 18:00 - 20:00 h.
Sofia Hallik. Brooch: Sophia, 2017. 3D-printed resin, pigment, textile, silver.. Photo by: Sofia Hallik. Sofia Hallik
Brooch: Sophia, 2017
3D-printed resin, pigment, textile, silver.
Photo by: Sofia Hallik
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Piret Hirv. Brooch: Gaze, 2016. Silver. Photo by: Kristo Pachel. Piret Hirv
Brooch: Gaze, 2016
Silver
Photo by: Kristo Pachel
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Kristiina Laurits. Neckpiece: Snowy IV, 2018. Photo by: Tanel Veenre. Kristiina Laurits
Neckpiece: Snowy IV, 2018
Photo by: Tanel Veenre
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Eve Margus Villems. Brooch: Untitled, 2016. Gabbro, rhodium-plated gold.. Photo by: Kristo Pachel. Eve Margus Villems
Brooch: Untitled, 2016
Gabbro, rhodium-plated gold.
Photo by: Kristo Pachel
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Maarja Niinemägi. Brooch: Untitled, 2015. Black ink on paper, ebony, silver.. Photo by: Maarja Niinemägi. Maarja Niinemägi
Brooch: Untitled, 2015
Black ink on paper, ebony, silver.
Photo by: Maarja Niinemägi
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Darja Popolitova. Brooch: Drama of Two I, 2017. Sea-stabilised wood, silver, stainless steel modelled, 3D-scanned, CNC-milled, chromed.. Photo by: Darja Popolitova. Darja Popolitova
Brooch: Drama of Two I, 2017
Sea-stabilised wood, silver, stainless steel modelled, 3D-scanned, CNC-milled, chromed.
Photo by: Darja Popolitova
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Ketli Tiitsar. Brooch: Posture X, 2017. Walnut wood, silver, steel, paint.. Photo by: Dénes Farkas. Ketli Tiitsar
Brooch: Posture X, 2017
Walnut wood, silver, steel, paint.
Photo by: Dénes Farkas
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Maria Valdma. Brooch: Away, 2018. Wood, epoxy, silver.. Photo by: Jaan Heinmaa. Maria Valdma
Brooch: Away, 2018
Wood, epoxy, silver.
Photo by: Jaan Heinmaa
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Tanel Veenre. Brooch: Towards Sunset (after Cioran), 2017. Ebony, white gold.. Photo by: Tanel Veenre. Tanel Veenre
Brooch: Towards Sunset (after Cioran), 2017
Ebony, white gold.
Photo by: Tanel Veenre
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