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TRIPLE PARADE 2018 Symposium

Meeting  /  Curating   Education   Debates   TripleParade   Biennale  /  20 Oct 2018
Published: 11.10.2018
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Intro
Based on the 4th TRIPLE PARADE Biennale exhibition for contemporary jewellery, this symposium -  Dialogue Across the Past, the Present, the Future aims to extend the theme, and develop a space of discussion for the development of the field. 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.
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. 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.

 
Section 1: Intimate Encounter
Key Words: Value of Jewellery in Contemporary Context from Art, Design and Craft Perspectives, Art and Design Practice Research.

Speakers:
01. "Where do We Go from Here - Wearable Art in A Shared Culture of Practice", Jivan Astfalck, Visual Artist & Jeweller , Professor at Birmingham City University.
02. "Contemporary Jewellery in Australia", Elizabeth Shaw, Head of Jewellery at Queensland College of Art Griffith University.
03.  "The Value of Jewellery and the Jewellery of Value", Gussie van der Merwe, Jewellery Artist from South Africa.
04.  "The Place for Jewellery", Lavinia Rossetti, Lecturer at Alchimia Jewellery School in Florence.
05.  "When complexity moved in", Annette Dam, Danish Jewellery Artist.
06.  "Contemporary British jewelry design and art practice", Rebecca Skeels, Head of MA Jewellery at University of Creative Arts London.


Section 2: Arty Game
Key Words: Contemporary Fine Art and Contemporary Jewellery.

Speakers:
07. Hong Yu, Professor at Central Academy of Fine Arts.
08. Jianan Wu, Associate Professor at Central Academy of Fine Arts.
09. Wang Zhan, Professor at Central Academy of Fine Arts.
10. Jilan Zhang, Artist.
 

Section 3: Like Attracts Like
Key Words: The Role and Value of the Cultural and Commercial Institute for the Field.

Speakers:
11.  "The development of Contemporary Italian Jewelry", Maria Rosa Franzin, President of Italian Jewellery Association AGC.
12.  "Art Creates the Value for the Business". Florance XIA, Founder and Director of Shanghai FROOTS Gallery.
13. "Curating the Alchemical Egg ", Nichka Marobin, Dutch and Flemish Art Historian.
14. "Building Bridges", Ezra Satok-Wolman, Board of Directors of the Society of North American Goldsmiths SNAG.
15. "Dutch Contemporary Jewelry Practice", Morgane De Klerk, Dutch Curator and Artist.
16. "Gallery and the promotion contemporary jewelry in China", Yiwei Wu, Founder and Director of SAN W Gallery Shanghai.
 

Section 4: Viva La Different
Key Words: The Development and Collaboration in between Different Culture and Country.

Speakers:
17. "Jewelry - A speculative knife", Xiao Liu, Head of Jewellery Dep. Central Academy of Fine Arts.
18. "The development and situation of contemporary jewelry in Taiwan", Heng Lee, Director of PIN SSTUDIO Tainwan.
19. "The coolest place - contemporary Finnish jewelry", Eija Tanninen-Komulainen, Director of the Kuopio Academy of Design, Finland.
20. "Make Room for the Explorer", Marie-Louise Kristensen, Danish Jewellery Artist.


Mediators:

Prof. Jie Sun, Chief Curator & Director of 4th TP Biennale.

Mrs. Dan Cao, Artistic Director of 4th TP Biennale.



Speakers:

Jivan Astfalck, Visual Artist & Jeweller. Professor at Birmingham City University.


Elizabeth Shaw, Head of Jewellery at Queensland College of Art Griffith University.


Gussie van der Merwe, Jewellery Artist from South Africa.


Lavinia Rossetti, Lecturer at Alchimia Jewellery School in Florence.


Annette Dam, Danish Jewellery Artist.


Rebecca Skeels, Head of MA Jewellery at University of Creative Arts London.


Hong Yu, Professor at Central Academy of Fine Arts.


Jianan Wu, Associate Professor at Central Academy of Fine Arts.


Wang Zhan, Professor at Central Academy of Fine Arts.

 
Jilan Zhang, Artist.


Maria Rosa Franzin, President of Italian Jewellery Association AGC.


Florance XIA, Founder and Director of Shanghai FROOTS Gallery.


Nichka Marobin, Dutch and Flemish Art Historian.


Ezra Satok-Wolman, Board of Directors of the Society of North American Goldsmiths SNAG.


Morgane De Klerk, Dutch Curator and Artist.


Yiwei Wu, Founder and Director of SAN W Gallery Shanghai.


Xiao Liu, Head of Jewellery Dep. Central Academy of Fine Arts.


Heng Lee, Director of PIN Sutdio Taiwan.


Eija Tanninen-Komulainen, Director of the Kuopio Academy of Design, Finland.


Marie-Louise Kristensen, Danish Jewellery Artist.
 
TRIPLE PARADE Biennale for Contemporary Jewellery. 4th Edition
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