Minimus by Giampaolo Babetto

Workshop  /  Making   ProfessionalPractice   Technics  /  04 Dec 2017  -  07 Dec 2017
Published: 20.10.2017

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A ring is not always round ...
Is a ring always round? Are our fingers equal to each others?
Spatial exploration, technical elaboration and creative variations on the fifth digit.
Babetto’s work reflects contemporary art movements such as concrete art, minimal art, kinetic or op art in a unique, purist and plastic manner. Made up of different abstract elements, broken down into modular units, or rendered moveable through the use of ingenious links, Babetto’s works have a tectonic character — like mini architectural pieces or mini sculptures. As a jewellery artist who has received a number of awards, he prefers working in gold due to its stable malleability and its warm sheen which he combines with unconventional materials such as plastic or glass, dusting the surface with a velvet-like pigment in luminous reds or blues or using enamel and age-old niello-based techniques.
He has already been classified a mixed media artist, working not only on jewellery but also on silver objects, furniture design and architectural projects.

Tools and non-precious materials, as well as handouts on the course, are supplied by the school.
Course language: English.

Dates and price

December 4th- December 7th 2017
Price: 650 € + 22%  VAT
Giampaolo Babetto. Brooch: Untitled, 2012. 750 yellow gold, pigment. Photo by Giustino Chemello. Giampaolo Babetto
Brooch: Untitled, 2012
750 yellow gold, pigment
Photo by Giustino Chemello
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Giampaolo Babetto. Ring: Untitled. Gold, red pigment. Giampaolo, BabettoRing: UntitledGold, red pigment. Giampaolo Babetto
Ring: Untitled
Gold, red pigment

Giampaolo, Babetto
Ring: Untitled
Gold, red pigment

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