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Alischa Kilburg. University of Applied Sciences, Peter Behrens School of Arts, New Craft Object Design. Selected Graduate 2020

Published: 17.11.2020
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Peter Behrens School of Arts University of Applied Sciences
Edited by:
Klimt02
Edited at:
Barcelona
Edited on:
2020
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Intro
The master's student Alischa Kilburg has been dealing with the phenomenon of borders in all its forms for some time. She examines, questions and explores the field of boundaries intensely; with which she sensitizes the ego to expands an understanding of social structures. The genre of the border is analyzed historically, artistically and philosophically in its meaning and appearance; Covid19 adds another layer to her topic. Nevertheless, Alischa Kilburg breaks completely away from the negative terminology. She does not deal with the negative connotations of the border but reveals the positive view upon the dividing line as an element to mix and bring together. This reflects very well her own personality and her importance of involvement in social topics.
/ Prof. Jantje Fleischhut
With an extreme sensitivity for colour, material and form, she accomplishes to translates her gained knowledge into wearable body objects; very artistic interpretations in the material. All pieces cross the limits of classic jewellery design. With a bachelor's degree in fashion design, Alischa Kilburg brings the world of fashion and jewellery design not known yet, very closely together. The line blurs with very clear and defined pieces. Her personality together with the high quality from both areas is convincing and naturally forms a new chapter of wearable contemporary jewellery.
/ Prof. Jantje Fleischhut


More work and contact:
Email: Alischa_Kilburg@web.de
Instagram: @alischa_kilburg
Facebook: @Alischa Kilburg
Phone number: +4915755554958


Name of graduation student: Alischa Kilburg.
Name of the guiding teacher: Prof. Jantje Fleischhut.

Find out more about the courses at University of Applied Sciences, Peter Behrens School of Arts, New Craft Object Design.
Alischa Kilburg. Body piece: The one, the other, 2020. Textile, metal.. Photo by Laura Schleder(piece on body); Alischa Kilburg(product and details).
. Model: Emma Mertens. . Alischa Kilburg
Body piece: The one, the other, 2020
Textile, metal.
Photo by Laura Schleder(piece on body); Alischa Kilburg(product and details).
Model: Emma Mertens.

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Alischa Kilburg. Body piece: The one, the other, 2020. Textile, metal.. Photo by Laura Schleder(piece on body); Alischa Kilburg(product and details).
. Model: Marius Weber.. Alischa Kilburg
Body piece: The one, the other, 2020
Textile, metal.
Photo by Laura Schleder(piece on body); Alischa Kilburg(product and details).
Model: Marius Weber.

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Alischa Kilburg. Brooch: The one, the other, 2020. Textile, metal.. Photo by: Laura Schleder. Model: Emma Mertens, Marius Weber. . Alischa Kilburg
Brooch: The one, the other, 2020
Textile, metal.
Photo by: Laura Schleder
Model: Emma Mertens, Marius Weber.

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Alischa Kilburg. Body piece: The one, the other, 2020. Textile, metal.. Photo by Laura Schleder(piece on body); Alischa Kilburg(product and details).
. Model: Emma Mertens.
. MA
. Statement: Alischa Kilburg has been dealing with the phenomenon of borders in all its forms for some time. She examines, questions and explores the field of boundaries intensely; with which she sensitizes the ego to expands an understanding of social structures. The genre of the border is analysed historically, artistically and philosophically in its meaning and appearance; Covid19 adds another layer to her topic. Nevertheless, Alischa Kilburg breaks completely away from the negative terminology. She does not deal with the negative connotations of the border but reveals the positive view upon the dividing line as an element to mix and bring together. This reflects very well her own personality and her importance of involvement in social topics.
.  . Alischa Kilburg
Body piece: The one, the other, 2020
Textile, metal.
Photo by Laura Schleder(piece on body); Alischa Kilburg(product and details).
Model: Emma Mertens.
MA

Statement: Alischa Kilburg has been dealing with the phenomenon of borders in all its forms for some time. She examines, questions and explores the field of boundaries intensely; with which she sensitizes the ego to expands an understanding of social structures. The genre of the border is analysed historically, artistically and philosophically in its meaning and appearance; Covid19 adds another layer to her topic. Nevertheless, Alischa Kilburg breaks completely away from the negative terminology. She does not deal with the negative connotations of the border but reveals the positive view upon the dividing line as an element to mix and bring together. This reflects very well her own personality and her importance of involvement in social topics.
 

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Alischa Kilburg. Brooch: The one, the other, 2020. Textile, metal.. Photo by: Laura Schleder. Alischa Kilburg
Brooch: The one, the other, 2020
Textile, metal.
Photo by: Laura Schleder
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Alischa Kilburg. Body piece: The one, the other, 2020. Textile, metal.. Photo by: Laura Schleder. Model: Marius Weber. . Alischa Kilburg
Body piece: The one, the other, 2020
Textile, metal.
Photo by: Laura Schleder
Model: Marius Weber.

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