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With Jewelry: Meeting Lions & Dragons

 
Published: 28.08.2021
Mando Bee. (Left): BUBBL3GUM_BiiTCH. Steel, Sterling Silver, Acrylic Plastic, Rubber, Stickers, Glitter, Spray Paint, 2020. (Right): L0$T_C0$M0N4UT. Brass, Nickel, Sterling Silver, Acrylic Plastic, Rubber, Stickers, Glitter, Spray Paint, 2021. Photo Credit: Artist.
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Mando Bee. (Left): BUBBL3GUM_BiiTCH. Steel, Sterling Silver, Acrylic Plastic, Rubber, Stickers, Glitter, Spray Paint, 2020. (Right): L0$T_C0$M0N4UT. Brass, Nickel, Sterling Silver, Acrylic Plastic, Rubber, Stickers, Glitter, Spray Paint, 2021. Photo Credit: Artist.
 

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Intro
Jewelry is a menace to thinking in neat and tidy ways. I was invited to write a mini-series about some of the possibilities and potentials of how jewelry can function with, and illustrate, larger, often poetic ways of thinking. The pieces are in conversation with each other. After all, I think of them as tools, rather than end products. An invitation for us to dance in possibility – in a realm beyond the binary right and wrong.


This is the third article of Klimt02's With Jewelry series. Not manifestos but prompts and dialogue springboards whose intention is to enrich, engage or entangle with larger ideas, rather than to resolve.