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Review of Intervention, Invention, Intention... A workshop with Tim Carson and Peter Vermandere

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Published: 13.04.2017
Task of the evening.
Task of the evening

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Team Project 1st Day.
Team Project 1st Day

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Sketches.
Sketches

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Teamwork during the workshop.
Teamwork during the workshop

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Cutting a soap stone for Peter Vermanderes casting workshop.
Cutting a soap stone for Peter Vermanderes casting workshop

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Introduction with Peter Vermandere.
Introduction with Peter Vermandere

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Moulds and castings.
Moulds and castings

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Installation detail during the Workshop.
Installation detail during the Workshop

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Presentation with Tim Carson.
Presentation with Tim Carson

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Intro
A workshop with Tim Carson (United Kingdom) and Peter Vermandere (Belgium) and the students of the second year at the Evening College Jewelry Design in Vienna. 3-7 April 2017.
On five challenging evenings, both in team- and individual-work, emphasis was laid on exploring the process of designing, making and showing jewellery. The projects aimed to introduce and explore innovative methods for generating and developing ideas associated with contemporary jewellery practice and the broader position it inhabits in our society.


I have to say that I will benefit a lot from this intense week we spent with Tim & Peter. Not only to come up with fast ideas but also to trust in what I am doing was something I could practice. We were asked to invent new objects very quickly by thinking of outstanding interventions and to keep on following our intention.
I always felt real support throughout the week and taken seriously in what I was working on. I am very grateful for this week and the creative vibes I felt in class. I will definitely think of the question Tim asked me when making a new object: "How do you want to make the other person feel, when looking at your jewellery? /
 Anna Rieß, Student
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