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University for the Creative Arts Farnham. BA Degree Show 2018

Exhibition  /  SchoolsDegreeShow2018  /  27 Jun 2018  -  30 Jun 2018
 
Published: 30.06.2018
Grace Horler. Hand Piece: Emergence 2, 2018. Silver. 5.5 x 5 x 6.5 CM. Photo by: Elle Hardman. From series: Specimen. The immortality of metal, stone and rock continues to capture me. I use such materials with innovation, using unrestricted methods such as melting, wax moulding and cuttlefish casting to create indiscriminate forms through immediate results. I seek to find the balance between glorifying the materials through craftsmanship and leaving them untainted.
. I wish to represent the graduation of raw material through to what the consumer would see, triggering thoughts and connotations of mining and the original qualities of the materials before human intervention. Mining and sourcing are such essential steps within making jewellery and I wanted to create a collection that celebrates this. Rejuvenating materials such as clinker, tarmac and fossil into my pieces: constantly questioning what makes something valuable. Being fully captured my material matter making sense of the world of jewellery through the exploration of how traditional and alternative materials alike can be manipulated.. Grace Horler
Hand Piece: Emergence 2, 2018
Silver
5.5 x 5 x 6.5 CM
Photo by: Elle Hardman
From series: Specimen
The immortality of metal, stone and rock continues to capture me. I use such materials with innovation, using unrestricted methods such as melting, wax moulding and cuttlefish casting to create indiscriminate forms through immediate results. I seek to find the balance between glorifying the materials through craftsmanship and leaving them untainted.
I wish to represent the graduation of raw material through to what the consumer would see, triggering thoughts and connotations of mining and the original qualities of the materials before human intervention. Mining and sourcing are such essential steps within making jewellery and I wanted to create a collection that celebrates this. Rejuvenating materials such as clinker, tarmac and fossil into my pieces: constantly questioning what makes something valuable. Being fully captured my material matter making sense of the world of jewellery through the exploration of how traditional and alternative materials alike can be manipulated.

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Intro
Amiss a time of change the jewellery girls of Farnham UCA come together to present a diverse, miscellaneous and eclectic range of skills - Treading the Fine Line.