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SM*CK Magazine. Issue #03 Munich Special

Published: 07.03.2021
SM*CK Magazine. Issue #03 Munich Special.
Editor:
Loukia Richards, Diana Shugart
Text by:
Loukia Richards, Christoph Ziegler, Jason Stein
Edited by:
ZLR Betriebsimperium
Edited at:
Hamburg / Athens
Edited on:
2021
Technical data:
58 pages; Standard cover; English; 21 x 27 cm
Price: 
from Free to read online; 4,70 € digital; 14 € print
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SM*CK Magazine #3

Intro
A Magazine to make art lovers understand the history and potential of jewellery as an art medium. It strives to bridge art and craft disciplines, to discuss contemporary social practices, and make artists aware of market basics.
Features:
 
"Anything goes” for The Jewelry Week of Munich? • A Bottle Of Sky for Boucheron • Ruudt Peters' Fog • Jewelry makes you a better person • The pandemic revealed the chaos in the jewelry scene • Ted Noten/Ruudt Peters/Gijs Bakker/Liesbeth den Besten: On the art of educating • Do it like Hoelderlin, book an eResidency in Greece!  • Memory is a form of resistance


At their wedding, the god Dionysus gave Ariadne, a crown made of stars; the constellation Corona Borealis is named after this jewelry. In an exclusive interview with SMCK, Dr. Ioannis Michaloudis explains the harmony of mythology and methodology, the inseparableness of art, science, and technology. Michaloudis and Boucheron created jewelry out of stardust: magic happens when artists think beyond disciplines. Many jewelry designers dream to work with an established jewelry house. But how? Education, quality, and meeting opportunities should be their key to success.

Schmuck München, the international jewelry fair with the reputable Herbert Hofmann prizes, has been cancelled again due to Covid-19. It is an opportunity to reflect on its mission. The danger that the week of jewelry becomes synonymous with "anything goes" is ante portas, and it will also have an impact – not necessarily positive – on the status of the non-trademarked institution. High-quality standards in the independents' meeting, along with a solid press campaign and the implementation of contemporary art rules, would help the Week of Munich attract visitors and talent spotters.

Temporary blindness caused by the fog can be a poetic way to talk about the senses, imagination, and instinct. Ruudt Peters's Nebula proposes a beautiful way to look at the crisis. Along with Ted Noten, Gijs Bakker, and Liesbeth den Besten, Peters launched an educational project - MASieraad - that aspires to create an innovative generation of jewelry artists.

While inflated egos look more ridiculous in the crisis-stricken jewelry scene, where revolutionary attitudes often replace work performance, Jason Stein discovers jewelry as gratitude.


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