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TRIPLE PARADE Biennale for Contemporary Jewellery. 4th Edition

Meeting  /  Exhibiting   Biennale   Curating   TripleParade  /  19 Oct 2018  -  06 Jan 2019
Published: 02.09.2018
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Intro
This year’s biennale will present the vast diversity of global contemporary jewellery creations to the Chinese public, while generating fascinatingly creative and inspiring dialogues in contemporary art, fashion, design and crafts. We sincerely invite you to enjoy this “feast” of contemporary jewellery, which is full of captivating surprises and enlightenments for the future.
 
The 4th TRIPLE PARADE Biennale themed “Three Times” will open at Shanghai HOW Art Museum-Design Center on 19th October 2018, under the joint efforts with College of Design and Innovation (D&I), Tongji University. The event consists of exhibition, symposium, lectures, and workshops. The exhibition, which comprises four sections– Intimate Encounter, Like Attracts Like, Arty Game, and Viva La Different, will display 500 pieces of artworks created by nearly 300 artists from 34 countries and regions. The artworks in the “Intimate Encounter” section were selected through a public invitation that was open internationally for 18 months, the pieces in “Like Attracts Like” were selected and sent by international galleries, “Arty Game” consists of artworks from outstanding contemporary visual artists, while “Viva La Different” features a collection selected by curators from ten countries and regions.


Chief Curator and Director: Jie SUN
Art Director: CAO Dan

Organized by:
TRIPLE PARADE Biennale Organizing Committee.
HOW Art Museum-Design Center.
College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, Shanghai.
Shanghai College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University.

Venue: HOW Design Center (3rd Floor of HOW Art Museum)  1, Lane 2277 Zuchongzhi Rd., Shanghai 201203, China.


Contemporaneity is not merely a concept of time, rather it is an integration of dimensions of time, space and mass. Its structure can be presented in the form of an idea, a question, or a virtual concept, an imagination, a notion, or a task; but from the perspective of history and time, it is happening at this precise moment, which makes it possible to be interpreted and perceived in the context of globalization. Only in this sense is the concept “contemporary” established, and only when this concept is conferred to jewellery can contemporary jewellery truly be considered “contemporary” and reflect the spirit of art and time.
Jewellery is not just a form, and it also explores the complex and dynamic relationships between people, people and objects, people and society, and people and the world as a whole. The evolvement of jewellery reflects changes in social trends and culture, which displays more diverse elements in the contemporary context. This biennale is themed “Three Times”, indicating that it will inspire intriguing exploration and dialogue between time and space. Time wise, it showcases the past – tradition and singularity, the present – existence of diverse values and dimensions, and the future – a reality that not yet exists and has every possibility. Space wise, it connects Shanghai, one of the world’s top metropolitans; China, a rising nation; and the whole world, an ever-changing arena.

This “dialogue” stresses the core content covered by forms of time and space – the contemplation on value. Whether it’s the material value, economic value, emotional value, humanitarian or historic value, the existence of each type of value helps to construct the world and enables the continuous development of human society. Throughout its thousands of years of history, jewellery has been intrinsically entangled with myriads of things, which gradually turns it into a unique symbol that can epitomize how a society and culture perceives “value” in a specific time and space.

This is the value contemporary jewellery carries. It is positive and creates its own content. As in all disciplines, it is subject to critique and interpretation, and is ready to stand up to discussion and challenges. It is magnificent, radical, and conceptual, inspiring imagination for the future and ideas for fashion, design, art and innovation. It is an art form and an indispensable platform for fashion. The power hidden in its tiny size should never be underestimated, because art aficionados and fashion followers are all fanatical about it. It can also be very personal and acts as a medium to tell stories, memories and life snippets of its owner, or even prophesy the future. More than that, jewellery is often resorted to confirm the relationship between self and others and society.
The study about jewellery is flourishing. As many other disciplines have done, it is defining its own boundaries as well as interdisciplinary relations. Whether from the present to the past, or from the future to the present, time and space shall not become the boundaries of our cognition and discussion about value; every type of value or concept has its own profound significance.

 

THREE TIMES — Dialogue Across the Past, the Present, the Future.

SECTION 1. Intimate Encounter
Karin Roy Anderson (Se), Jivan Astfalck (De), Anne Bader (De), Kelvin J. Birk (De), Isabelle Carpentier (Be), Sébastien Carre (Fr), Shuming Chen, Lin Cheung (Uk), Sara Chyan (Cn/Taiwan), Jinyu Cui, Annette Dam (Dk), Hillarey Dees (Usa), Sia Deng, Nirit Dekel (Il), Bin Dixon-Ward (Au), Bing Du, Zheng Fang, Gretal Ferguson (Au), Yun Ge, Jana Graf (De), Joani Groenewald (Za), Gésin Hackenberg (De), Anke Hennig-Kampf (De), Hua Shi, Jiyoung Jang (Kr), Lauren Kalman (Usa), Yushi Kang, Dovilė Kondrasovaite (Lt), Eleni Koumara (Gr), Marie-Louise Kristensen (Dk), Mia Kwon (Kr), Ariel Lavian (Il), Marion Lebouteiller (Fr), Yojae Lee (Kr), Tingyu Li, Yinglong Li & Caiyun Wang, Yuxin Li, Li Liang (Se), Feiyu Lin, Lucy Liu, Yilan Liu, Ziyou Liu (Cn/Taiwan), Hongmeng Luo (Cn), Lydia Hirte (De), Yihong Lv, Vierling Moniek & Heumen Maritvan (Nl), Vincent Master (Usa), Gussie Van Der Merwe (Za), Kristi Paap (Ee), Jounghye Park (Kr), Annika Pettersson (Se), Enrica Prazzoli (It), Konstanze Prechtl (At), Ren Kai, Zoe Robertson (Uk), Agustina Ros (It-Ar), Estela Saez (Sp), Elwy Schutten (Nl), Huina Shi, Despo Sophocleous (Ca), Luyi Sun, Jelizaveta Suska (Lv), Yanxia Tan, Yuanfang Tang, Jason Thomson (Usa), Aisegul Telli (Tr), Yiumsiri Vantanapindu (Th), Yasmin Vinograd (Il), Qian Wang, Yanqi Wang, Yanting Wang, Jean Marc Waszack (Fr), Di Wu, Shuyu Wu (Cn/Taiwan), Jiwon Yang (Kr), Man Yang, Meiyi Yang, Violet Yang, Hsiuwei Yeh (Cn/Taiwan), Yanxue Yin, Andy Yuk, Snem Yildirim (Tr), Xihan Zhai, Kroll Zhang, Yi Zhao, Yijuan Zhao, Yanfang Zheng, Hengfeng Zhou, Patty Zhou, Danyan Zhu, Ting G, Danyi Zhu, Xiao Liu, Xinan Yu, Tina Zhao, Dongdong Zhuang, Xiaochuan Zhang.

SECTION 2. Like Attracts Like
Gallery Ra Selection (Amsterdam, Netherlands).
Mario Albrecht, Sylvia Blickman, Paul Derrez, Patricia Domingues, Reka Fekete, Sophie Hanagarth, Karin Herwegh, Mirjam Hiller, Marian Hosking, Vered Kaminski, Bogki Min, Floor Mommersteeg, Thanh-Truc Nguyen, Noon Passama, Elwy Schutten, Julian Steimer.

Froots Gallery Selection (Shanghai, China).
Ela Bauer, Attai Chen, Nirit Dekel, George Dobler, Dana Hakim, Vered Kaminski, Amitai Kav, Esther Knobel, Felieke Van Der Leest, Hadas Levin, Yasmin Vinograd.

Hannah Gallery Selection (Barcelona, Spain).
Curator: Nichka Marobin.
Aurelie Guillaume, Gigi Mariani, Wendy Mcallister, Tore Svensson.

SECTION 3. Arty Game
Aaajiao, Xiaotong An, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Anqi Ju,Phillip King, Lee Mei, Yang Lu, Pablo Reinoso, Lei Shen, Mia Fonssagrives Solow, Sophia Vari, Jacques Villegle, Jian’an Wu, Hong Yu, Wang Zhan, Chilan Chang.


SECTION 4. Viva La Different
China
Curator: Xiao Liu
Designers: Chang Dong, Jing He, Luran Huang, Anqi Li, Yiping Li, Li Liang, Mengnan Qu, Jie Sun, Fei Teng, Mian Wu, Xiaoyou Ying, Zhixuan Zeng

Taiwan, China
Curator: Heng Lee.
Designers: Yung-Huei Chao, Ying-Hsiu Chen, I-Ying Chiang, Mei-Fang Chiang, Hsu-Kai Hsiao, Meiing Hsu, Yingxun Xu, Heng Lee, Caixuan Wu, Shu-Lin Wu, Wen-Miao Yeh.

Netherlands
Curator: Morgane De Klerk.
Designers: Nhat-Vu Dang, Benedikt Fischer, Jing He, Beppe Kessler, Morgane De Klerk, Nina Sajet, Lucy Sarneel, Robert Smit, Hansel Tai.

Italy
Curator: Maria Rosa Franzin.
Designers: Sara Barbanti, Adrean Bloomard, Corrado De Meo, Gili Doliner, Maria Rosa Franzin, Rita Marcangelo, Eliana Negroni, Liana Pattihis, Chiara Scarpitti, Claudia Steiner, Gabi Veit, Yiota Vogli.

Finland
Curator: Eija Tannien-Komulainen.
Designers: Melitina Balabin, Eero Hintsanen, Christine Jalio, Mirva Kuvaja, Helena Lehtinen, Anni Lehtonen, Vesa Nilsson, Wiebke Pandikow, Janna Syvänoja, Tarja Tuupanen.

The United Kindom
Curator: Rebecca Skeels.
Designers: Debra Allman, Debra Allman, Naia Conde Alonso, Issey Hennessy, Grace Horler, Christine Johnson, Sam Lane, Candida Matterson, Lina Peterson, Poppy Porter, Dan Russell, Rebecca Skeels, Maria Leão Torres.

Australia
Curator: Elizabeth Shaw.
Designers: Vivien Bedwell, Emma Bugg, Bridget Kennedy, Teresa Lee, Andy Lowrie, Nellie Peoples, Elizabeth Shaw, Katie Stormonth, Rebecca Ward, Vanessa Williams, Helen Wyatt.

The United States / Canada
Curator: Ezra Satok-Wolman.
Designers: Emily Cobb, Dan Dicaprio, Don Friedlich, Aurélie Guillaume, Adam Hawk, Adam Hawk, Kevin Hughes, Yong Joo Kim, Matt Lambert, Wendy Mcallister, Paul Mcclure, Ezra Satok-Wolman, Lauren Tickle.

South Korea
Curator: Yong-Il Jeon.
Designers: Wan-Hee Cho, Gavy Jo, Ryung-Jae Jung, Mina Kang, Soo-Yeon Kim, Seulgi Kwon, Dongchun Lee, Kwang-Sun Lee, Najin Lee, Jong-Seok Lim, Choonsun Moon, Hye-Jung Sin.
 

Opening

Friday 19th October 2018
Ring: Contemporary jewelry design for the elderly by Xi Wang, 2017.
. Material: 925 silver, gold foil, epoxy resin. Technique: casting. Size: 5 x 8 x 3 cm.
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. Bracelet: Black Kam-Laï by Yiumsiri Vantanapindu, 2017.
. Material: black porcelain, metal. Technqiue: ceramic and chain mail. Size: 13 x 28 x 3.5 cm.
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. Neckpiece: Ouroborors by Gussie van der Merwe, 2017.
. Material: copper, cotton thread. Technique: weaving. Size: 24 x 27 x 1.5 cm .
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. Brooch: Traces after Using by Yanxue Yi, 2017.
. Material: Steel wire, silver. Technique: patination and metalwork. Size: 5.2 x 3.5 x 1.2 cm..
Ring: Contemporary jewelry design for the elderly by Xi Wang, 2017.
Material: 925 silver, gold foil, epoxy resin. Technique: casting. Size: 5 x 8 x 3 cm.

Bracelet: Black Kam-Laï by Yiumsiri Vantanapindu, 2017.
Material: black porcelain, metal. Technqiue: ceramic and chain mail. Size: 13 x 28 x 3.5 cm.

Neckpiece: Ouroborors by Gussie van der Merwe, 2017.
Material: copper, cotton thread. Technique: weaving. Size: 
24 x 27 x 1.5 cm .

Brooch: Traces after Using by Yanxue Yi, 2017.
Material: Steel wire, silver. Technique: patination and metalwork. Size: 
5.2 x 3.5 x 1.2 cm.

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Brooch: Glitch in the Copy by Annika Pettersson, from the series Scan_12, 2018.
. Material: Aluminum. Technique: 3d-printing. Size: 7.5 x 5 x 0.5 cm.
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. Neckpiece: Absolu by Marion Lebouteiller, from the series Encounter, 2018.
. Material: Recycled sterling silver. Technique: Cast, satin finish, white finished, burnished. Size: 50 x 50 x 1 cm.
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. Necklace: Kanavice II by Snem Yildirim from the series: Seven in a Row, 2017.
. Material: powder coated brass, recycled plastic, nylon thread. Technique: mixed media. Size: 13 x 13 x 3 cm.
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. Jewellery sculpture necklace: Untitled by Hirte Lydia, 2017.
. Material: Bristol board, calligraphic ink, wood glaze, beading silk. Technique: Own technic (unique, moved by hand). Size: 15 x 11 x 6 cm​..
Brooch: Glitch in the Copy by Annika Pettersson, from the series Scan_12, 2018.
Material: Aluminum. Technique: 3d-printing. Size: 
7.5 x 5 x 0.5 cm.

Neckpiece: Absolu by Marion Lebouteiller, from the series Encounter, 2018.
Material: Recycled sterling silver. Technique: Cast, satin finish, white finished, burnished. Size: 50 x 50 x 1 cm.


Necklace: Kanavice II by Snem Yildirim from the series: Seven in a Row, 2017.
Material: powder coated brass, recycled plastic, nylon thread. Technique: mixed media. Size: 13 x 13 x 3 cm.

Jewellery sculpture necklace: Untitled by Hirte Lydia, 2017.
Material: Bristol board, calligraphic ink, wood glaze, beading silk. Technique: Own technic (unique, moved by hand). Size: 
15 x 11 x 6 cm​.

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Brooch: Goth Nouveau Black Hole by Yilan Liu, 2017.
. Material: Nylon, gold paint. Technique: 3D printing. Size: 8 x 8 x 6 cm.
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. Brooch: As Time Goes on Space by Hsiuwei Yeh, from the series Passage A.
. Material: Copper, steel. Technique: Weave. Size: 17 x 9 x 6.5 cm.
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. Necklace: Animate by Zoe Robertson, 2017.
. Material: salvaged granulated polymer, HIP plastic, high-density engineering foam, silicone rubber. Technique: thermoformed and processed via a combination of plastismith. Size: 5 x 10 x 50 cm..
Brooch: Goth Nouveau Black Hole by Yilan Liu, 2017.
Material: Nylon, gold paint. Technique: 3D printing. Size: 
8 x 8 x 6 cm.

Brooch: As Time Goes on Space by Hsiuwei Yeh, from the series Passage A.
Material: Copper, steel. Technique: Weave. Size: 17 x 9 x 6.5 cm.

Necklace: Animate by Zoe Robertson, 2017.
Material: salvaged granulated polymer, HIP plastic, high-density engineering foam, silicone rubber. Technique: thermoformed and processed via a combination of 
plastismith. Size: 5 x 10 x 50 cm.

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Brooch: Black Wing by Dan Russell.
. Material: wood, steel. Technique: laser cut, shaped (with bobbin sander) hand sanded, assembled. Size: 9 x 5 x 2.7 cm.
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. Bangle: Momentum 1 by Candida Matterson, 2017.
. Material: gilding metal, hand construction, with etched sheet construction silver ball. Size: 13 cm external diameter.
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. Bracelet: Steve Lawson "Travelling North" by Poppy Porter, 2017.
. Material: wood, paint. Technique: hand laminated wood, aribrush painted. Size: 13 x 13 x 3 cm..
Brooch: Black Wing by Dan Russell.
Material: wood, steel. Technique: laser cut, shaped (with bobbin sander) hand sanded, assembled. Size: 9 x 5 x 2.7 cm.

Bangle: Momentum 1 by Candida Matterson, 2017.
Material: gilding metal, hand construction, with etched sheet construction silver ball. Size: 13 cm external diameter.

Bracelet: Steve Lawson "Travelling North" by Poppy Porter, 2017.
Material: wood, paint. Technique: hand laminated wood, aribrush painted. Size: 
13 x 13 x 3 cm.

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Brooch: Membrane 1 by Paul McClure, 2017.
. Material: sterling silver, 3D printed nylon, stainless steel. Size: 9.5 x 4.5 x 1 cm​.
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. Brooch: Ellipse by Adam Hawk, 2018.
. Material: enamel, copper, silver. Size: 6 x 6 x 0.5 cm
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. Brooch: Inlay by Kevin Hughes, 2016.
. Material: brass, basswood. Technique: black patina. Size: 7.5 x 1.5 x 6.5 cm..
Brooch: Membrane 1 by Paul McClure, 2017.
Material: sterling silver, 3D printed nylon, stainless steel. Size: 9.5 x 4.5 x 1 cm​.


Brooch: Ellipse by Adam Hawk, 2018.
Material: enamel, copper, silver. Size: 
6 x 6 x 0.5 cm

Brooch: Inlay by Kevin Hughes, 2016.
Material: brass, basswood. Technique: black patina. Size: 7.5 x 1.5 x 6.5 cm.

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