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Katia Rabey

Jeweller
Published: 20.05.2019
Katia Rabey. Necklace: Judgements, 2019. Silver, pearls, thread, 3d-printed plastic, perspex, steel, leather cord, paint.. Made after a photograph by Rosea Lake.. Katia Rabey
Necklace: Judgements, 2019
Silver, pearls, thread, 3d-printed plastic, perspex, steel, leather cord, paint.
Made after a photograph by Rosea Lake.

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Katia Rabey. Brooch: Breaking point, 2016. Rubber, alpaca, steel.. From series: The 80s. Katia Rabey
Brooch: Breaking point, 2016
Rubber, alpaca, steel.
From series: The 80s
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Katia Rabey. Brooch: Almost there, 2017. Rubber, alpaca.. From series: The 80s. Katia Rabey
Brooch: Almost there, 2017
Rubber, alpaca.
From series: The 80s
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Katia Rabey. Pendant: Harris, 2017. Plastic, silver, zircon.. From series: Journey to Jibbiard. Katia Rabey
Pendant: Harris, 2017
Plastic, silver, zircon.
From series: Journey to Jibbiard
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Katia Rabey. Earrings: Phelia & Ophelia, 2017. Plastic, silver, sapphires.. From series: Journey to Jibbiard. Katia Rabey
Earrings: Phelia & Ophelia, 2017
Plastic, silver, sapphires.
From series: Journey to Jibbiard
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Katia Rabey. Ring: Thompson, 2017. Plastic, rhodium-plated silver, zircon.. From series: Journey to Jibbiard. Katia Rabey
Ring: Thompson, 2017
Plastic, rhodium-plated silver, zircon.
From series: Journey to Jibbiard
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Katia Rabey. Ring: Thompson, 2017. Plastic, rhodium-plated silver, zircon.. From series: Journey to Jibbiard. Open. Katia Rabey
Ring: Thompson, 2017
Plastic, rhodium-plated silver, zircon.
From series: Journey to Jibbiard

Open

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Katia Rabey. Necklace: Cold Medal: For keeping your cool in front of utter idiocy, 2015. Perspex, alpaca, steel screws, plastic tubes, PVC, corn syrup with pigment.. From series: Cold Medals. Katia Rabey
Necklace: Cold Medal: For keeping your cool in front of utter idiocy, 2015
Perspex, alpaca, steel screws, plastic tubes, PVC, corn syrup with pigment.
From series: Cold Medals
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Katia Rabey. Bracelet: Fire Safety Net Watch, 2016. Sterling silver, watch mechanism, steel springs, screws, burlap, paint.. Katia Rabey
Bracelet: Fire Safety Net Watch, 2016
Sterling silver, watch mechanism, steel springs, screws, burlap, paint.
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Katia Rabey. Pendant: Ice Breaker, 2017. Silver, steel, Perspex, rubber cord.. Katia Rabey
Pendant: Ice Breaker, 2017
Silver, steel, Perspex, rubber cord.
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Katia Rabey. Ring: The Rocket, 2016. Aluminium, Swarovski crystal.. From series: Space Invaders. Katia Rabey
Ring: The Rocket, 2016
Aluminium, Swarovski crystal.
From series: Space Invaders
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Katia Rabey. Pendant: Garfunkel, 2016. Ceramic, rosewood, brass.. From series: Robots. Katia Rabey
Pendant: Garfunkel, 2016
Ceramic, rosewood, brass.
From series: Robots
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Katia Rabey. Brooch: Tub, 2018. Ceramic, silver, sapphire, ruby, zircon, steel.. Katia Rabey
Brooch: Tub, 2018
Ceramic, silver, sapphire, ruby, zircon, steel.
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Intro
Katia Rabey (born in 1989) graduated from university in Moscow as a specialist in literature and languages studies in 2012; she then took a short intensive course in illustration in British Higher School of Art and Design (Moscow) and then moved to Israel where she got into Jewelry Design department of Shenkar college of engineering and design, graduating in 2017. She now lives in Moscow, where she combines jewellery making with educational and curatorial projects.

Statement

My name is Katia Rabey and  I graduated from Jewelry Design department at Shenkar college of engineering, design and arts in 2017. In my previous degree I studied literature, and later I took a short course in illustration, both of those things came back to me as I was exploring my personal language in jewelry. I realized that even when making wearable objects I prefer to tell stories, often using graphic language, with clear shapes and bright colors. I enjoy kinetics and movement and I like when objects have faces, literal or implied. My tools of choice are CAD and a sense of humor, but I also like to work manually both with precious and not-so-precious materials.

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