Berry Sphere Collection

Skills: Accessories, Krop

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Produkt/værk:

Berry Sphere Necklace, 2008.

Berry Bracelet, 2009.

Big Berry Bracelet, 2010.

Materialer: skind, vatfyld, tråd, lædersnøre eller sølvkæde.

Fotograf: Pernille Holm Andersen. Model: Sofie Stubkier Husted. Visuel iscenesættelse: Julie Bach

 

Berry Sphere Necklace blev udvalgt til Crafts Collection 15  og blev vist på messen Maison et objet i Paris i 2011.

Om Crafts Collection:

Danish Crafts Collection er produkter designet og produceret i Danmark af 26 af landets førende keramikere, tekstil,- glas,- smykkekunstnere og møbeldesignere.  Crafts Collection er altid udvalgt og sammensat af en ekstern kurator, der sikrer kollektionens høje håndværksmæssige og kunstneriske kvalitet.

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Big Berry Bracelet blev udvalgt til rejseudstillingen ‘From the Coolest Corner – Nordic Jewellery’. Udstillingen åbnede på The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, Oslo, Norge, i 2013.

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Om udstillingen:

From the Coolest Corner – Nordic Jewellery presents groundbreaking and fresh jewellery from Northern Europe, a comprehensive selection of current works by artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and the Baltic States. The best and most innovative Scandinavian art jewellery is presented, assessing its possibilities and potential at the beginning of the twenty-first century.

The project presented in this publication, culminating in a symposium and a travelling exhibition, challenges stereotypical notions of northern European art jewellery. Do the typical Nordic trends of the nineteen-nineties still apply today? Indeed are there currently any general trends at all in Scandinavian design? Or has the orientation towards international design become so dominant that there are no longer any regional characteristics?

Renowned experts have made a selection of representative works, as a basis for researching the role of northern European jewellery in the context of international art.

Exhibition venues:
The National Museum – The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, Oslo, Norway, 19.1. to 21.4.2013, Designmuseum Danmark, Copenhagen, Denmark, The Design Museum, Helsinki, Finland, The Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design, Tallinn, Estonia, The Röhsska Museum for Fashion, Design and Decorative Arts, Gothenburg, Sweden and Galerie Handwerk, Munich, Germany, in March 2015.