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Goldschmitte.
British Academy of Jewellery.
Goldmuseum Taipei - Metal Crafts Competition 2018.

Yuko Fujita: Kodama

Exhibition  /  14 Jul 2010  -  31 Jul 2010
 
Published: 01.07.2010
Yuko Fujita. Piece: Lost World and Memory Reading, 2010. bowls, spoon handle, bookend, 18ct gold, shell, 925 silver, silk code, paint, found wooden clog, wooden spoons. Two neckpieces. Left: Lost World represents a lost environment (habitat) where all life existed harmoniously and dynamically. Right: Memory Reading refers to an extinct creature and its rich and various experience memories that we can no longer share.. Yuko Fujita
Piece: Lost World and Memory Reading, 2010
bowls, spoon handle, bookend, 18ct gold, shell, 925 silver, silk code, paint, found wooden clog, wooden spoons
Two neckpieces. Left: Lost World represents a lost environment (habitat) where all life existed harmoniously and dynamically. Right: Memory Reading refers to an extinct creature and its rich and various experience memories that we can no longer share.
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(...) Yuko Fujita, has transformed recycled objects of distinctly domestic and ordinary origins into bold pieces of jewellery.  Fujita’s pieces herald a new beginning for these objects, while consciously reflecting on the many lives they may have had since beginning as a tree. (...)-2016-2016