Anneli Oppar

Published: 28.05.2024


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I observed how the perception of time can be described through the use of infinite numbers.
Anneli Oppar
Anneli Oppar


I am a jewellery artist based in Tallinn, Estonia. I graduated from the Department of Jewellery and Blacksmithing at the Estonian Academy of Arts. In my artistic expression, I have practised the intersections of digital and natural systems. I consider my nomination in the design competition and, in 2017, receiving The Estonian National Culture Foundation Award by Roman Tavast OÜ for Young Jewellery Artist my additional achievements.


I am looking for similarities in bigger systems. It gives strength and knowing that there is a path walked before. I am looking for these paths and realising the chances that the process of work and tools give us. In my master thesis, 'The Actual Calculations', I used digital tools with the philosophical concept of time.
I observed how the perception of time can be described through the use of infinite numbers.

My working process gives me time to concentrate. With the help of material, I am analysing what stands out first and what becomes clear later, upon closer examination. Twists of thoughts alternate with moments of clarity that are emerging little by little. Sometimes, I recognise that this is the thing I am looking for, and I would like to bring it out and zoom in. Inside the printed model, there is an unpolished surface that reveals even the smallest changes of the form because of its rawness. Such movements would remain invisible on the processed and finished surface.

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Exhibition  01 Dec 2023 - 06 Jan 2024  Spark.
Exhibition  01 Jun 2019 - 16 Jun 2019  Estonian Academy of Arts, Degree Show 2019.
Exhibition  04 Oct 2018 - 04 Nov 2018  METALLOphone 4: Signature.
Exhibition  05 Oct 2016 - 26 Oct 2016  METALLOphone: Bonds.
Exhibition  23 Apr 2016 - 24 Apr 2016  Cathexis at Melting Point.