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Why making jewellery when you can make real art? with David Bielander

Workshop  /  Critical Thinking   Short Courses   Making  /  06 Jul 2018  -  08 Jul 2018
Published: 09.04.2018
Why making jewellery when you can make real art? with David Bielander.
Goldschmitte
Management:
Johanna Neeser
DEADLINE: 22/07/2018
Work by David Bielander..
Work by David Bielander.

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Intro
How does an idea become jewellery, and why?
What defines jewellery ? We push back the boundaries of jewellery, and of ourselves.
How do we arrive at a result that we are not yet acquainted with? 
We open our treasure chest of technical tricks, hunt for unconventional solutions and expand our artistic vocabulary. How does one go about reading a work?
Can we look at a finished piece objectively? How do we get out of our own heads? 
And have we managed to surprise ourselves in the process?
 
Ever since he first roamed the streets of his hometown as a seven-year-old, concealed behind a mask with his piccolo, David Bielander, has been fascinated by the play with identity, belonging, dissonance, external perception and the opinions they create. After carrying out an apprenticeship as a goldsmith with Kurt Degen in Basel and working for Georg Spreng, David Bielander studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. He lives with his son and his wife, artist Helen Britton, in Munich.  
 

Teachers

David Bielander

Dates and price

Fri        06.07.2018    16–21 h
Sat       07.07.2018    11–19 h
Sun     08.07.2018    10–17 h

Workshop fees: CHF 500 
Students are entitled to a 10% discount. The same discount is offered if more than one workshop is booked. 
Course material is included in the cost. Metal is charged separately. Tools are available. ​
Advance payment: Half of the workshop fee. ​
Participants: Maximum 8.
Course languages: German and English.
Subscription: Up to two weeks before the workshop begins. 
 
You will receive detailed information before the workshop begins. 
Modifications reserved. 
Work by David Bielander..
Work by David Bielander.

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Work by David Bielander..
Work by David Bielander.

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Portrait picture David Bielander.
Portrait picture David Bielander

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