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Jewellery needs a theoretical discourse. An Interview with Susanne Hammer on Austrianfashion.net

Published: 10.11.2019
Susanne Hammer Susanne Hammer
Author:
Stefanie Honeder
Edited by:
Klimt02
Edited at:
Barcelona
Edited on:
2019
Susanne Hammer. Necklace: Black painted chain, 2016. Aluminium lacquered.. Susanne Hammer
Necklace: Black painted chain, 2016
Aluminium lacquered.
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Intro
As part of an anniversary week, exhibitions and events are held and provide insight into the work from the teachers and graduates. The focus is on the exhibition in the MAK Forum, where shows the inspiring and diverse jewellery creation from 40 exhibits. In a series of actions, the métier can also be experienced interactively and participative: a jewelry-speed-dating, the live 3D-printing jewellery introduction and the presentation of the book Mindscapes by the former teacher Margit Hart are scheduled. At the same time, teachers and graduates are invited to their studios.

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In the above interview (in German), the artist Susanne Hammer talks about the Schmuckkolleg Herbststraße. She was a founding member from 2007 to 2009 and has been teaching there ever since. Hammer studied metal product design at Carl Auböck University in the second half of the 1980s at the University of Applied Arts and works in the field of jewellery.

The exhibition celebrates the tenth anniversary at 10 years of Kolleg Kunst SchmuckDesign.
With works by:
Iris Bächtold, Angelina Beyer, Sonja Bischur, Lucia Buhr, Ulrike Burgholzer, Güzin Deveci-Gröh, Marion Dockal-Kurz, Anja Doppler, Elisabeth Drude, Nikolaus Egger, Elisabeth Eigenthaler, Maria Eisenbauer, Veresa Eybl, Lena Glieber, Tobias Gutlederer, Elisabeth Habig, Susanne Hammer, Harlander, Margit Hart, Martina Hierweck, Ulrike Johannsen, Caroline Klenner, Verena Krems, Reinhilde Lahner, Gerda Mödlhammer, Dorota Paruznik, Nadine Pramhas, Konstanze Prechtl, Hemma Pumhösl, Anna Riess, Valentina Rigger, Haldis Scheicher, Natalia Sharova, Lucia Torres-Venegas, Teodora Tsvetkova, Birgit Wiesinger, Birgit Wimmer, Marion Wind, Jiayi Zhang, Petra Zimmermann.


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Exhibition opening, photo by Petra Lutnyk..
Exhibition opening, photo by Petra Lutnyk.

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Exhibition opening, photo by Petra Lutnyk..
Exhibition opening, photo by Petra Lutnyk.

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Exhibition opening, photo by Petra Lutnyk.

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